Day Three: Friendly orange haiku Friday

I have just written ten pretty random haiku poems with words from the limited word bank. Have a look. Oh, and they are all orange, for Friendly Friday.

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Prompt 3: “First, make a list of ten words. … Now, for each word, use Rhymezone to identify two to four similar-sounding or rhyming words. … Once youโ€™ve assembled your complete list, work on writing a poem using your new ‘word bank.'” 

This was my task for today’s poem, and as for the Friendly Friday photo challenge, Sandy wants us to re-imagine orange and instil some positive meanings in it again, I’m sure. I don’t temper with my photos much, so instead I equipped them with words.

First I had a look through my archives and selected ten photos with a distinctly orange subject. These orange subjects became my main words. Then I followed the directions, created my word bank and assembled ten haikus that you can find under each photo.

Pretty much every used word is a rhyming or similar sounding word of one of the main words. These are always the opening words: orange, train, vest, bag, work, syrup, food, light, castle, sunset.

And when you’re done reading, click on the last photo and see them again in a colourful gallery (at least on the big screen). Enjoy!

For Day 3 of NaPoWriMo 2020

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for Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by The Sandy Chronicles: Re-imagine orange

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