Wordless Haiku – Can You Solve This Riddle?

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I’d like to thank Ronovan for coming up with the idea of the Wordless Haiku Challenge… what a fun idea!  Participants write a standard Haiku poem (5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) and then depict it using nothing but images.  Feel free to guess what the words to the Haiku are in the comments section.  Tomorrow I’ll post the solution to this poetic riddle in the comments below.

Here’s my attempt at this challenge.  Have fun!

 

Your Words.jpg

 

 

Solution to the Puzzle  (Posted on Thursday):

Here’s the original poem I started with… I have to give a shout out to April Pilgrim at The Schmiddle Ages for coming up with the most accurate guess.  You almost got it word for word…great job, April!

Sweeter than honey

Of more value than fine gold,

Are Your words, O Lord

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13 thoughts on “Wordless Haiku – Can You Solve This Riddle?

  1. I love this! And I LOVE Haiku! (I just now saw this … I’m a little behind on my reading …) Just followed your friend … I’m gonna do it, too!

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