MMA Storytime’s Haiku A Day Challenge —Wave

Each day there are poems caged within you that want to fight their way onto a blank page, and MMA Storytime is here for you to grapple with a Haiku A Day Challenge. 

To participate, writers are tasked to create three lines of poetry, either a Haiku or Senryu, using the given word prompt and dividing the syllables into five/seven/five format. Upon completion, link to the challenge with a pingback or leave your entry in the comments.

Today’s word prompt: wave

Those who choose to wrestle with the challenge should be sure to stand toe-to-toe with the work of other talented writers. 


  1. Here are two wave inspired haiku. Thanks for the challenge.
    ‘The big wave meant well
    And approached the sandcastle
    Fast, brimful of joy.’
    And another one for good measure.
    ‘One timid wave moves
    Towards distant horizons
    Where old dragons sleep.’

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