We’re 24 days into the 2010 WordCount Blogathon and even the most enthusiastic participants are running out of gas.
If blogging every day isn’t something you normally do, especially if you’re doing it on top of full-time job, even the shortest post can seem like too much, what with the tagging, linking, tweeting, stumbling and digging that go with actually writing the dang thing.
Today is Group Blogging Day #2 of the blogathon and in recognition of how everybody’s feeling, we’ve kept the theme short and sweet – blog post haiku.
Haiku has made a comeback thanks to Twitter. If you haven’t written any since 3rd grade, here’s a quick refresher: Haiku is a poem encapsulating one thought in three lines of approximately 17 syllables broken down as follows: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables.
Here’s my blog post haiku:
First sip of coffee
Recharges my batteries
Now the words will come.
Use the 2010 WordCount Blogathon participants list to find haiku from other participating writers.