#NaHaiWriMo – National Haiku Writing Month

Micropoetry | Haiku | Gogyohka | Tanka | Senryu | Twaiku | 1-6 lines | 3-10 words

You will sometimes find haiku poems on twitter appended with the twitter hashtag #nahaiwrimo. The ‘nahaiwrimo’ tag stands for National Haiku Writing Month. This is an ongoing twitter hashtag game that begun in February sometime and continued. Here’s how they explain it on their website…

‘Write one haiku a day for the month of February! Why February? Because it’s the shortest month—for the world’s shortest genre of poetry. Join poets around the world who pledge to write at least one haiku a day for National Haiku Writing Month during the shortest month of the year. Or write haiku every day of every month, all year round, on the NaHaiWriMo site on Facebook, with daily writing prompts to inspire you.’

Visit their site to find out more.

LIVE #NAHAIWRIMO MICROPOETRY FROM TWITTER
Here are the latest ‘nahaiwrimo’ micro prose and fiction live from twitter. Twitter hastag: #nahaiwrimo (some tweets below may not be poems)

pressing ‘blend’ i cross my fingers overripe bananas #senryu #nahaiwrimo #haiga pic.twitter.com/ihCYyWieou

tropical storm watch -- a banana slug takes cover #haiku #nahaiwrimo

roadrunner -- sometimes it's the only song I need #senryu #nahaiwrimo

floating peacefully a Portuguese man o' war #haiku #nahaiwrimo

extra innings -- the crickets go to sleep #haiku #nahaiwrimo

killing frost -- hard apple cider in a tall glass #haiku #nahaiwrimo

after the storm the sound of wind dying in the trees #haiku #haiga #nahaiwrimo pic.twitter.com/bsiGzBOn2q

hurricane watch -- an old dog at the window #haiku #nahaiwrimo