NaHaiWriMo #19 prompt = sandal.
Each time I loose something in the water, I always wonder if the fish were scared by the sudden apparition of an Unidentified Falling Object.
Advice: if you go boating or canoeing wear cheap plastic thongues instead of expensive leather sandals. You have a better chance of getting them back.
NaHaiWriMo #18 rattle. Master Kawazu always tries to find something wrong with his apprentice’s haiku. Poor Kaeru. I can just imagine the rattle sound when the master shakes the haiku. It’s so absurb, it makes me laugh really hard.
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could just shake your haiku and by the sound it made you could tell if it was a good haiku or a bad one?
NaHaiWriMo #17 queue. This is inspired by American Idol. There was supposed to be a queue of contestants on stage but they were too distracting so instead I drew a crowd of little frogs (spectactors) in the background. Just imagine the queue to get in the auditions.
NaHaiWriMo #15 pool: I was going to draw lots more baby frogs but I ran out of time (and space).
For NaHaiWriMo #14, I wrote a haiku about a nachos. My haiku master would be proud!
NaHaiWriMo #13 mountain (haiku by Issa)
The distant mountains / are reflected in the eye / of the dragonfly — Kobayashi Issa