I know I’m supposed to add lots of tags to my blogs so search engines can find me but I keep forgetting and my posts are so random I’m not sure what tags to use. I’m bit all over the place: writing, blogging, motherhood, bad housekeeping, bad petkeeping. I really must get better at this. Have you seen the tags on the Huffington Posts? Some go on longer than the post itself!
So I thought I’d do a Tag Haiku. Haiku, which I’m sure you know, is a 17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. This is a must in Japanese though it is allowed to be a bit looser in other languages.
Here is an example from the master Yosa Buson (1716-84)
At the over-matured sushi,
Is full of regret.
So my humble attempt to create a haiku from tags.
Writing Culture with Humor:
Random Music Life
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