Friday, October 23, 2009

Haiku Friday: Time Slips Away

Haiku Friday

Tink, I know you like
to do your 'ku quite early,
for 2 weeks I'm late!

Sorry about that!

Would you like to haiku today? To participate in Haiku Friday, just follow these steps:

1. Write your own haiku on your blog. You can do one or many, all following a theme or just random. It or they can be part or all of your post, but your post must include a haiku. What's a haiku, you ask? Hint: 5-7-5. More info: Click here. Or here.

2. Sign the Mister Linky below with your name and the link to your haiku post (the specific post URL, not your main blog URL). DON'T sign unless you have a haiku this week. If you need help with this, please let me know.

3. Please leave a comment after linking, thanks! (Eventually the Mr Linky links go away, I think, so they only way we'll find you in the future is via your comment.)

4. Pick up a Haiku Friday button to display on the post or in your sidebar by clicking the button at the top of this post.

REMEMBER: Do not post your link unless you have a haiku this week! I will carry on the esteemed tradition of deleting any links without haiku!


storyteller said...

Not to worry ;--)
Blogging is supposed to be FUN ya know ... without stress or obligation. In the blogging world, time is relative depending on where one lives. When Friday rolls around in California it's Saturday on the other side of the world ... so all we can do is our best and that has to be good enough.

I can hardly believe it, but I celebrated my 2nd Blogoversary at Small Reflections yesterday with Haiku and reflections about what I've learned in the past two years and some mega-collages of some of my favorite mosaics ... just because ;--)

Today I'm I'm celebrating my 2nd Blogoversary at Sacred Ruminations with Haiku and a multi-mosaic of skies I've shared previously.

I hope you'll drop by as time permits to help me celebrate. Hope you have a lovely weekend and thanks again for hosting Haiku Friday.
Hugs and blessings,

Mary (MPJ) said...

My thanks too for hosting. Looks like you and storyteller and I are the haiku die hards! ;)

Cathy said...

it's so hard to keep up with blogging--that's great you're hosting