National Poetry Writing Month is a poetry writing challenge to write a poem a day, which takes place every year in April. Follow the link to find out more, be inspired, get daily prompts and meet other poets!
For Day 7, I’m joining in with Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt. Writers and bloggers are invited to use the prompt creatively by writing a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel, or anything else.
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I’ve come up with a 15-word and 17-syllable Haiku called Silent Sunday, with two photographs I took recently in Fontibre, Cantabria, Spain.
Don’t speak now keep still,
Listen to wind shaking trees,
Watch drops slip down leaves.
Trees and leaves, like flowers are always quiet, peaceful and so pretty. It’s impossible to feel upset or angry while looking at them, their light shines straight into our hearts.
We all need a few minutes of silence, to recap, listen to ourselves carefully and recharge our batteries for the coming week.
So, this weekend, look for trees, leaves or flowers, they’ll make you smile and help you regroup!