A to Z Poetry: Harrisham Rhymes

A Harrisham rhyme is a six line rhyming stanza where the last letter of the first word of each line is the first letter of the first word of next line.

Draw your bow
Wait for your prey
Take aim towards his crow
Each second drags slowly by
Here is your shot now
Errantly your arrow falls away








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Today’s Haiku:

Haiku Heights April A to Z: Hunter

Stalking prey
Under pale moonlight
Morning feast


Carpe Diem: Libra (The Scales)

Cosmic decisions
Weighed on scales of falling stars
Wishing for answers

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6 thoughts on “A to Z Poetry: Harrisham Rhymes

  1. Love your Carpe Diem haiku. Filled with loveliness. I had a tough time with "hunter" but you managed that beautifully too.

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