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#1 yogib8

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 03:45 PM

The novel I'm reading contained a conversation about the Japanese poetry form know as haiku.  So I used the description one character explained to the other.

 

17 sounds (loosely interpreted as syllabels) in 3 phases of 5-7-5.  The subject is nature.

 

The haiku is not interpreted, but opens doors of thought.

 

I wrote this;

 

  phoenix rose

 

sun shined bright

 

dark to soon

 

What door(s) opened for you?

 

As the creator I knew what door I wanted it to open.   I'll share that in several days, but give it a thought and see what door opens.

 



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Posted 10 January 2018 - 07:12 PM

The novel I'm reading contained a conversation about the Japanese poetry form know as haiku.  So I used the description one character explained to the other.

 

17 sounds (loosely interpreted as syllabels) in 3 phases of 5-7-5.  The subject is nature.

 

The haiku is not interpreted, but opens doors of thought.

 

I wrote this;

 

  phoenix rose

 

sun shined bright

 

dark to soon

 

What door(s) opened for you?

 

As the creator I knew what door I wanted it to open.   I'll share that in several days, but give it a thought and see what door opens.

 

​Sounds like a protest against Daylight Savings Time



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Posted 11 January 2018 - 12:37 AM

The novel I'm reading contained a conversation about the Japanese poetry form know as haiku.  So I used the description one character explained to the other.

 

17 sounds (loosely interpreted as syllabels) in 3 phases of 5-7-5.  The subject is nature.

 

The haiku is not interpreted, but opens doors of thought.

 

I wrote this;

 

  phoenix rose

 

sun shined bright

 

dark to soon

 

What door(s) opened for you?

 

As the creator I knew what door I wanted it to open.   I'll share that in several days, but give it a thought and see what door opens.

Janis Joplin



#4 yogib8

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Posted 11 January 2018 - 02:08 PM

I can see those doors....well done.   Not the door I had in mind, but that is what haiku does.



#5 mjjm367

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Posted 11 January 2018 - 06:00 PM

Real guess -

 

2015 Mets rose up (phoenix) 

Made playoffs 2015-2016 (shined bright)

Injury plagued 2017 (dark too soon)

 

As I typed this out, it hit me......  Matt Harvey.


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#6 yogib8

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Posted 11 January 2018 - 08:24 PM

Give that man a Macanudo,  I was thinking of the 2015 season only, with the darkness being  blowing a 2 run lead in 9th inning of game 5.

 

The final two games would have been in KC, so the outcome may have been the same anyway. 

 

2016; clinching a WC on the last day is better than losing the WC, but the sun never shined bright.  






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