The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 6 – Power of Thoughtful Words

Feb 06

Today’s prompt is Write a Haiku and Pi-Ku for the Theme or Word – “Think“. Pi-Ku, is a derived form with syllable structure 3-1-4 while our regular haiku’s is 5-7-5.

Day 6:

The Power of Thoughtful words
(haiku 1)

 Your thoughts on paper
Inspire and transform readers
Into great winners


(pi-ku 1)
Continue
To
Motivate us

(haiku 2)
Reflect on your words
Before you utter them. Thoughts
Can sometimes hurt more 

(pi-ku 2)
Think. Ponder
Be

Considerate

Image courtesy: Gypsyjess.wordpress.com

Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 6 – February 6th – Theme or Word: Think Form: Haiku and Pi-Ku



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20 comments

  1. Nice words of wisdom ~

  2. So so true, Vidya. Our words can hurt. Fabulous haikus! What a great message. Keep these inspiring haikus coming, my friend. You got skills! XOXOs

  3. Vidya,
    Your words thrill me..a beautiful gift! Thank you:)

  4. sonsylass /

    This is full of wisdom – beautifully done :-)

  5. You make me want to think on paper more and more!

    If Cacti Could Think

  6. Great messages!

  7. My Inner Chick /

    —Vidya,
    Thank you for my poems for the day. You Rock the Words. xxxx

  8. Vidya, I made people think today and so you.. Loved it..

    Someone is Special

  9. I was verbally abused as a child…words are powerful…they cut deep and never really fade.
    This is beautiful friend xoxo

    • Darling Kimberly, I completely understand. Here is a warm hug. I’ve faced abuse – and you’re right about it never really going away. It lurks in a corner of the mind, even when we’re moving on and waits to poke us when we need it the least. Hugs.