Daily Haiku Pounce
Daily haiku pounce, usually does not require a description. But, I love to divulge more into my poetry. If you’re one of my consistent lovely followers, you are already familiar with my writing style. Also, in my everyday life, things change like the weather, moments fluctuate by the seconds. And that’s where I love to start my intro to each piece of poetry. Granted, it may be a quote, haiku, or free verse.
Today, I’m going to interpret curiosity. I’m sure you’ve all heard the quote “Curiosity killed the cat.” I’m the curious sort, are you? My inquisitiveness gets the best of me sometimes. For example, I have this drive in myself to overachieve, go beyond the next person. For me, the internet is my vise.
I pounce on to research like a cat pounces on a mouse, or fly. Toying with the notion of where it leads me. It’s exciting to learn new ways or of new products that are hot in the marketplace. I challenge myself; I want more. Do you get like that?
I saw this picture of Pixabay. It intrigued me. Reminds me of myself. Popped it into PhotoShop, and added a few effects and layers. Hope you enjoy this daily haiku and digital art piece I’ve named “Pounce.”
Daily Haiku Pounce
Fresh eyes peer across.
Claws peel bark of paper birch.
©2017 Linda J. Wolff
| Daily Haiku Pounce |
A daily haiku.
What is a HaikuPoem? A Japanese poem which can also be known as a Hokku. A Haiku poem is similar to a Tanka but has fewer lines. Haiku is a type of poetry that can be written on many themes, from love to nature. Haiku consists of 3 lines and 17 syllables.
The First Things You Should do here at Wolff Poetry:
- If You’re New to Wolff Poetry: Don’t forget to SIGN-IN on the Meet-Up Page to connect with other beautiful bloggers. Sign in Here – Join WordPress Meetup
- Read Our Post: “18 Free Online Writing Tools for Writers” to Grow Your Presence as a Writer & Get Your Writing Published.
- Grab Urban Pen: Poetic Writings of Linda J. Wolff – Vol #1 Poetry eBook: If you are an avid reader of poetry and enjoy the poetry vibe here…
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Daily Prompt: Express
Read Daily Haiku: Wild Rose