In his own words:
(Its boring Monday. I’ve never written haiku. This is my first one.)
Well, we say KUDOS to you!`
And here is the Winning Haiku by Greg1948 in response to the photo on the right:
By greg1948, blogger at Feline Cafe!
Greg’s profile says he’s a retired ‘Cat Guy’ with 5 years of blogging experience and the other members of his cathold are Marigold, Zeke and Opie (who actually does have a strong resemblance to another famous Opie).
Please check it out. Feline Cafe is chock full of feline photos, humor, stories and interesting lore to inspire cat lovers around the globe.
Thanks for entering the Haiku Challenge!
Special Thank You to the kind people at Bitbox.com and their Conglomerfont community page for the bare bones of the letter ‘H’.
Awesome! Long ago I traversed those Canadian roads.. ❤
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Annette, you should try your hand at this week’s Haiku Challenge! The rules are at https://rantingalong.wordpress.com/2015/08/24/haiku-contest-week-2/ .
I love that you’ve been to Canada! The land is beautiful everywhere, but I’m particularly fond of the rolling foothills.
I agree. Yes, my father’s folks are from Quebec and I worked at the Det/Windsor border for many years. So whether we were visiting family, taking trips to Toronto, Stratford or Windsor, I have spent m-a-n-y a beautiful moment in Canada. In fact, had my father chosen differently, I would have grown up Canadian!
Reblogged this on Feline Café and commented:
I’ve been down the Trans-Canada highway. I’ve drien to Quebec City. Perhaps it was an unfair advantage? Beginners luck, or perhaps just pure talent. Thank you all.
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Congratulations again and so sorry the links didn’t work! Everywhere the words ‘Feline Cafe’ showed up there should have been a link back to your website. I’ll have to do some sleuthing and see what happened to them.
Don’t bother on my account. If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?
Thank you very much! Beginner’s luck or pure raw talent? I’ve been down the Trans Canada highway and driven to Quebec (from Maine) and back again, so perhaps I had an inspirational advantage. Another first is that I have re-blogged this on my own site. I never re-blog. I will give you a heads up that there is another haiku in the works! Thanks again for an inspiring contest and great award! I appreciate it.
LOL! You definitely had an advantage, but no denying the talent either! Thanks for the re-blog and I’m looking forward to your next entry. Good luck!
I almost blew it–I was going to vote for the other guy.
Good job! It’s incredible! Thoughtful! Descriptive! Chryssa
Thanks for your comment! The contest is in the second week so there’s plenty of time for your entry!
Nice! Too bad I missed my chance to enter. Are you doing it again?
You didn’t miss the contest! It’s running each week for another month with a grand champion to be named and win the Golden Haiku Award. So….sharpen your typing fingers and check out the contest rules and dates here: https://rantingalong.wordpress.com/2015/08/24/haiku-contest-week-2/ .
I’m looking forward to seeing your entry. Get it in early and tell your friends because the voting ends Sunday evening at 9:00.
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