Charmed by a Witch: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #47

challenge47I decided to take part in Ronovan’s Haiku Challenge again this week because, as the regular contributors would agree – it’s addictive!

It’s not a surprise that one of my characters (Maddison) is on my mind a lot at the moment, so the instant I read the prompt words from Ronovan’s challenge today – Water and Bard – Maddy popped into my head. I’m writing a scene in which Maddy manipulates a body of water, much to the amusement of her friends. The words were easier than normal. I’m not quite sure if that’s a good thing! But at least I tried, and had fun doing it πŸ™‚

So, here is my contribution this week:

Haiku Challenge #47Huge thanks to Ronovan for organising the challenge. Head on over and check out all the other entries by clicking here.

Thanks for stopping by.




Oh wow! πŸ™‚

Wonderful! It’s great to see you flexing your poetry muscles more πŸ™‚

That’s pretty cool!

That’s the thing about Haikus. They are always deep and meaningful, and personal. What I read into your Haiku may be completely different than someone else. And that’s good.

Cool haiku! It definitely helps to have the image graphic. A nice touch. πŸ™‚ Of course, I have an infinity for any story dealing with water and magic!

Hi Mel, lovely, I do believe the ocean is a poet!

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