The last line of one haiku becomes the first line of the next haiku. Capitalization and punctuation can be altered, but the letters must stay the same. Every Monday evening, a haiku is chosen from the comments; if you wrote it, you judge that week’s crop of haiku (which will all start with the last line of your haiku). At any time during the week, you are encouraged to write a haiku in the comments. Write as many as you like.

Confused? Go read the older entries or drop me a line at unbrokenhaiku [at] gmail [dot] com. Also, read The Chain So Far.

You are encouraged to pass on the link!

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One Response to “About”

  1. Mark Says:

    A pregnant fairy
    Sweet and delicate in Spring
    Bad mojo by Fall


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