Haiku Redo 67-70

Forty-Niners

California bound

forty-niners rush for gold

hope to strike it rich

Country Life

Took a rural route

leaving the city behind

live that country life

A Path

An inviting path

summons you to follow it

come walk and explore

Blank Paper

Wordless blank paper

pen in hand begin to write

a story is born

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8 thoughts on “Haiku Redo 67-70

      1. Something tells me ‘block’ (writer’s, artist’s, etc) is not only universal but possibly necessary: if we don’t look at blank space as a challenge to our creativity, what will move us to create? So glad you give in the the urge. 🙂

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      2. I think a lot of the block I am having, has to do with the status of my life. There’s just so much to do. It’s hard to find free time. I will write down a line or two if they come to me, and that can be anywhere. That happened the other day as I was driving. Not the best time as I had no pen or paper handy., and it’s not really a good idea to do something like that while you are driving. I could have used my phone, and recorded it, but I forgot about that.
        I do believe it is universal, there has to be some point where you just can’t think or create. I know at some point it will come back. Looking at that blank page is indeed a challenge and great motivation.
        Thanks so much for your comment. Hope we can always find something to write about.

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  1. Midwestern, I do the same thing. I have a thing for coloring in the letters A’s, B’s, D’s,O’s, P’s and R’s on whatever is laying around. So I also have to be careful. I mean if there was a car title sitting there, it would not be spared. I’ve done it on bills, I had to stop myself from doing it to a job application.
    I’ve been doing this since I was a kid. I even did it in school books. We had to pay a deposit on those and I had to pay for two of them.
    The teacher was talking and i was filling in the letters.

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