Haiku Party!  August 2, 2009 - September 2, 2009

Reading and Deliberating


We did an workshop at Young Writer's Institute, where we sat in a circle and each wrote a haiku and passed it to the next person. That person wasn't allowed to see what the person before had written, but had to write another haiku after it! [and we kept going!]
So...I want to do something like this, except it might end up being even bigger!
Here's what to do:
1. Write a haiku...about anything, anything at all!
2. Try not to look at the other submissions, but submit one of your best haikus.
3. After judging the best ones, I'll string them randomly together and post them for all to read! [don't worry, I'll make sure to credit you.]

What are you waiting for? Write a haiku about ANYTHING and then submit!
If you're unsure, then, well, there ended up being some very deep poems about frogs jumping into sewers and ravens calling for pizza. ;]


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13 Contestants
23 Submissions
Created Aug 2, 2009

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  • Any WritersCafe.org Member can Submit
  • Only Poetry can be Submitted
  • All Genres of Writing can be Submitted
  • Each Contestant May Submit 2 Pieces of Writing
  • Writing may be submitted 8/2/2009 - 9/2/2009
  • Winners will be decided by the Moderator


Deepshikha is solely responsible for the content of this contest, including all promised prizes. Take any promises of large monetary awards with a grain of salt. Contact Deepshikha if you have any further questions.

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