RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #74 Cake & Wolf

I love when Ronovan gives us a challenge with the words he chooses! Both words, cake and wolf, have various meanings that really spoke to me this week. I had to flex my haiku using different forms of the words because of the many options. Tell me which you liked best!

“The Lothario”

Cake = cover (v.)

Wolf = Lothario (n.)

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The Lothario –

covering his deeds with slick words,

he wants the naïve.

“Temptation”

Cake = pastries (n.)

Wolf = gorge (v.)

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Sweet pastries allure –

frosting drips with calories,

I gorge on my words.


Silver loves writing haiku. How about you? You might be a poet and not even know it! Ronovan teaches us how to write Haiku in English. Click HERE for the link! Come on, Join in and share your own micro poetry!

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38 thoughts on “RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #74 Cake & Wolf”

      1. LOL. Hahahahhaaa but I re-read the 1st one and I love it too…you write very well. The Lothario…smooth-talker. Did you have some kiddies stories in mind? *wink*

  1. Interesting way to create your haikus, Colleen. Like the results but I’m even more intrigued by the creativity of the process. 🙂

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      1. I had a cheat day yesterday, but I went back to the plan today, so that’s a good thing – we’re allowed to be naughty every once in a while 😉

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  5. Words can be very sweet and filling, also. Ha ha! I’m really drawn to ‘Temptation.’ Well-written, Colleen.

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