RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #75 Charm & Look

Ronovan gives us some stupendous words again this week: “charm and look.” I love all the meanings of these words and how versatile they are.

In addition, we are asked to use opposites. Ronovan says: “If your first sentence is about how lovely something is, the second sentences should be how horrible it is.” Make sure to check out Ron’s blog to see all the writing inspiration.

I call this, “The Temptress.”

Adoring allure –

Just one glance captures your heart,

turning your soul black.

The two Haiku in English sentences broken down:

Adoring allure – just one glance captures your heart.

Just one glance captures your heart turning your soul black.

I love haiku because it tells a mini story. In the beginning, you are able to feel the pull of the woman’s allure and beauty. The exact opposite is revealed in the last sentence.

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32 thoughts on “RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #75 Charm & Look”

    1. I tried it without the picture too, just to be sure the words had the same impact and they did. The photo is from the free photos of They have excellent ones to share! Thanks, Judy. I love the wickedness! 😉

  1. Excellent Colleen! To be honest, I missed the second part of his challenge prompt with the juxtaposition, although I think I accidentally hit it! LOL

    1. That is the way we should be writing our haiku’s per Ronovan’s great instructions. I love them like that. So much more meaning. You did it! …even though you are a mess! LOL! <3

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