Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku#PoetryPrompt# Challenge#57 Bust & Must
This week’s prompt words for Ron’s Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge are bust and must.
There are several meanings for the word bust so I thought I’d explore them and have a bit of fun!
The two prompt words brought to mind my piano teacher, God rest her soul. I feel a bit mean about this one, she was a lovely chatty lady with one very abundant distinguishing feature. But, she was a good sport and an excellent piano teacher so, I trust she wouldn’t mind if I start off with joke to make you smile.
Must navigate around her
Ample bust on keys
Expressions with the word bust in them –
He bust his sweet ass
To make a forever perch
Love must always last
Oh, and let’s not forget artists mannequins:
Such a fine red hat
A mannequin bust display
Must have gold necklace
Holiday must see
Clear blue skies sand sculpture bust
Unfortunately the other day I broke my lovely tea caddy, I was a bit upset about this, but I suppose on the bright side it gives me an excuse to buy a new one! Or who knows maybe a magical tea cup? I need one of these at the moment, my kitchen renovation is still going on, when will it ever end? Magic wand please come to my rescue!
Bust my china cup
My only magical brew
Must get a new one.
© Marjorie Mallon 2015 – aka, Kyrosmagica. All Rights Reserved.
Here’s the link to Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenges:
Hope you liked this week’s dose of several haiku, I seem to have got a bit carried away, boy this haiku gets a bit addictive!
I’d love to hear from you please don’t be shy do leave a comment.
Marje @ Kyrosmagica xx
Loving all of them! So many interpretations of the prompt words this week!
Thank you Ritu, I really enjoyed this week’s prompt words!
They were great! I just wrote mine… Will post a little later!! 😊
Looking forward to reading your post Ritu. 🙂
Just posted… Its a little silly, but hey, that’s me!!!
Too silly souls, in bloggy land!
The best place to be silly!!!
So true, that’s one of the best things about blogging, you can be as silly as you want!!
Yup, and there is always someone to encourage your silliness!!?
Well done! I’ll take a magical tea cup or two, also! <3
Ha Ha! Sounds fun, Colleen, Yes just one cup is never enough!!! 🙂
What a story that would be!!! 😀
A wealth of Haiku. Feel after reading I have joined the Mad Hatter’t tea party. What a delight to read what you have written. Filled with energy. jk 🙂
I don’t think you can get too carried away with haiku, but I’m similarly afflicted! 🙂
Very entertaining–thank you!
Hi Marje! Very creative bunch of haiku! The pictures are great too! It was lovely to see you and hear your voice on Hugh’s video! 😀 xx
Hi Vashti, Thanks glad you enjoyed the haiku, glad you enjoyed Hugh’s video! xx
These are great. I especially like the first one. Very visual – it immediately conjured up an image in my head.
Oh, and thank you for the follow!
Thank you! Yes the first one was a bit of a laugh a true experience! I still play the piano but not very well!
I had a feeling it was a true story.
I’m sure you’re better at the piano than I am. I taught myself – badly, with a disapproving aunt in the background, telling me that I should get an instructor. But I didn’t really care; I wasn’t planning to become a concert pianist. I just wanted i love the piano.to enjoy myself.
Yes the piano is a beautiful instrument, my favourite instrument of all, I wish I could play it better.
It’s really not the easiest instrument in the world is it?
I expect you’re better than you think, although not as good as you would like to be.
Thank you Cathy. 🙂