February 29, 2012

Step Eight, Open to Your Creative Input

The Haikus are my gift to you all and to my program.

For some reason, Step Eight has my creativity blocked:  "Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all."

Is it because of the word "list" that I have suddenly become listless?

If you can help,  I will publish what you share. 

Remember the form for Haiku is for the first line to contain five syllables, the second, seven syllables; and the third line, five syllables again.   Ideally a Haiku has an image in it, from nature, that lends a picture to the message..


  1. Looking at harms to others
    Writing down names on soft beach sand
    Watching ocean Power erase them.

  2. I will republish this, Syd. The imagery wonderfully blurs the syllabic restrictions!!


I welcome your thoughts. Keep me honest~