write a haiku every day

Haiku are very brief “one-breath” poems, originally from Japan, usually about 10 to 14 syllables in English, can be read in one breath with primarily objective sensory imagery, season words, and a two-part juxtapositional structure that implied feeling… 

the huge white Apple ———————– my mother’s favorite
black frames               ———————–                      china
a blue sky  ————————————- on the kitchen floor

A haiku a day   (So far, I’ve kept one or two haiku every day….)

Here is an very good interview Everyday Delight:Michael Dylan Welch talks about Haiku. Another good one How do you write haiku?  and more: Reading Jane Reichhold’s
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