During difficult times, it can be calming to turn our attention to a doable task, to focus on a project or challenge, to practice the art of channeling our experience into creative expression. For 30 days, Nicole Gulotta, author of Wild Words, is encouraging us to do just that with haiku.
What’s a haiku? According to Merriam-Webster
A haiku is an unrhymed Japanese poetic form that consists of 17 syllables arranged in three lines containing five, seven, and five syllables, respectively. A haiku expresses much and suggests more in the fewest possible words.
Nicole’s providing 30-days of prompts to get you inspired and encouraging us to share on Instagram. So why not spend some time each day creating a moment of beauty in the world? Share it with @nicolegulotta and others with the hashtag #30DaysOfHaikuChallenge.
On the New Moon, I began a new blog series: 40 Days of Beauty, Goodness & Love, little moments of light to get us through a difficult time. If you get solace, peace and inspiration from this, please share with others who need the same.