Day 17 – June1-30Challenge

Hello wonderful people!!

I’m back today with day 17 of the challenge.

Day 17 Seventeen Syllables

June 17, 1971.  The Okinawa Reversion Agreement was signed. This agreement between the United States and Japan returned control of Okinawa to Japan.

A Haiku is a traditional Japanese form of poetry. It is three lines: the first and third lines have five syllables each and the second line has seven syllables for a total of seventeen syllables. They are often about nature.

Write a Haiku. Please include a picture that illustrates your poem.

I hope this should make it!


Silver shadows tell
Stories of journeys hidden
Deep under waves!

Pic from my collection!


8 thoughts on “Day 17 – June1-30Challenge

  1. Beautiful Haiku and terrific picture, Syeda!! 😀

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    1. Thanks Sarah! It is a picture my husband uses to bring out the jealousy-filled-me. He took it on a trip with his students! 😒😒😒

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      1. Oh, what a naughty husband 😉

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      2. Naughty??? That’s cruel…terrorizing… Killer!! 😈😈

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      3. Haha! You´re absolutely right – I just wanted to be polite 😉

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    1. Thanks Lion. Means a lot! 😀

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