Sorrow Screen



Sorrow Haiku (Screen)

Screening sorrow’s sting
Seeking solace from sadness
Soothing of spirit

*posted for writing 201, prompt-screen, poetic form-haiku, poetic device-alliteration

Posted on October 5, 2015, in Poetry, Writing 201 and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. Sorrowful and sad… Stupendous! 😉

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  2. What an unusual and beautiful take on the prompt! Thanks for visiting mine just now, and commenting — I’m so glad to have found yours!

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  3. You are a master of Alliteration and Haiku! Yay! 😀


  4. There’s a tremendous quiet achieved by the alliterative ‘s’ sounds. Well done that’s great use of all three prompts 🙂


  5. My goodness, this is the most alliterated haiku I have ever read! It is beautiful and makes sense and sounds lovely to the ear. Well done! 🙂


  6. Beautifully sad, yet understandable thus comforting.

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  7. Terri, this haiku is profound and beautiful! You rock, poet!


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