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Response to Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge 20, Prompt Hunt-Wind

Who can see the wind?

No matter how hard you hunt

It cannot be seen.





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Sounds like fun with some good giveaways.

Matthew Drzymala

It’s been a hectic couple of weeks. Albert’s Christmas had to undergo a final chapter rewrite, but I’m much happier with it now and with this news I can announce that Albert’s Christmas is now available to Pre-orderfrom Amazon. If you didn’t catch my previous launch day post, I am running a launch party on Facebook and giving away lots of fantastic prizes.

First up, on 11th December, the day before release, I will be giving away a FREE copy of Albert’s Christmas on the proviso of a review. Not that I would usually pester anybody for a review, but as it is a free giveaway, I’m hoping that those who enter will be up for reading it and posting the first review on launch day to get me up and running.

However, that’s not all. I will also be giving away four Bumpkinton themed pens. They are a…

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge #20 Hunt&Wind


The 20th Haiku Prompt Challenge!

Badge provided by Me for this season.


For a refresher or how to write Haiku in English clickhere. But you can use whatever Haiku style you want to. As long as you, do a Haiku.

For Tips and Guidelines refreshers click here.

Something to keep in mind about a Haiku. Usually it is elemental in nature, but I don’t stick to that. There are two things I do like to see and they are; 1) Haiku that can be broken into two sentences with the middle line of the three lines being the commonly used part and 2) Opposite meanings in the first and last sentences.

Before you start!

I have links that will help you out. Remember for Haiku in English the total syllables are 5 for the first line, 7 for the second, and 5 for the last. I…

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Truth buried deep within… (A poem)

Wonderfully written.


The truth of it is,

Something you don’t want to know,

Is my love runs deep.

How deep you may ask,

Does it run into this man,

Whose truth is a search?

That truth is a loss,

Of something he cannot find,

Buried dark and deep.

But with truth in love,

I will return to the light,

So deep in us all.

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