Wordless Haiku – A Fall Puzzle for You!




Okay, fellow word smiths… can you solve this Fall Puzzle?


The following Wordless Haiku uses images only to communicate a standard Haiku poem (5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables).  Post your guesses in the Comments Section, and I’ll post the actual solution on Thursday.  


Bonus:  Can you guess which Scripture passage I used as my inspiration?


Good luck!


Harvest Haiku.jpg




Solution to Puzzle (Posted on Thursday):

My dry, fallow heart

Needs a touch from You, O Lord

For desert harvest




Inspiration from Scripture:


“O God, You are my God; I shall seek You earnestly;
My soul thirsts for You, my flesh yearns for You,
In a dry and weary land where there is no water.”

Psalm 63:1



Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s challenge!  I loved reading each of your poems.  Even though we were all using the same photo puzzle, every one of the offered solutions  was inspirational and encouraging in a totally unique way.  Have a blessed week, everyone!


10 thoughts on “Wordless Haiku – A Fall Puzzle for You!

  1. This is tough, John Mark! But I’m trying …

    My dry and cracked heart
    Needed the touch of your cross
    For (valley) (harvest) … [I can’t come up with this line!]

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