Haiku Contest March 1, 2013 Deadline – THEME: Synchronicity

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of small space and large intent.

 

Compete! Write! Win Ten!

Synchronicity: the experience of 2 or more events that are apparently unrelated yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner.

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9 thoughts on “Haiku Contest March 1, 2013 Deadline – THEME: Synchronicity

  1. Vicki Chavis says:

    Synchronicity Haiku Contest Writers: Add your haiku in the comments section along with an email address. Winner will be contacted no later than Mar. 15th. Winning poem will be published along with author’s bio.

  2. BEAUTY IS STAR STRUCK.
    SYNCHRONICITY IS BRIGHT.
    JOY MEETS HEAVEN NOW.

  3. Vicki Chavis says:

    To all Haiku writers: This contest is free to enter and you may enter up to 3 separate poems. The rules of Haiku must be followed in order for your poem to be considered. Haiku is three lines long with the first and last lines containing 5 beats each, and the middle line is the longest, with 7 beats. Periods don’t have to be at the end of a line. The content of your Haiku must relate to the word, SYNCHRONICITY.

    Thanks to all who submit a poem and good luck!

  4. Karen Little says:

    Synchronicity
    Met nine of seventy four
    Two friends became one

  5. Karen Little says:

    It’s March twenty-nine
    Happy Birthday to me, Yay!
    Depression Descends

  6. sara aff says:

    Instantaneous
    thought patterns are verbalized.
    You owe me a coke!

  7. Karen Little says:

    Thanks for the contest Vic! It has gotten me thinking in 17 syllables all the time. Here is my final entry:
    Synchronicity
    Two words with five syllables
    Serendipity
    🙂

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