Day 27 of NaPoWriMo. Today’s prompt is to write a hay(na)ku. A varian of haiku – it has 3-line stanza “where the first line has one word, the second line has two words, and the third line has three words”. I chained a few together into a hay(na)ku sonnet based on an example – 4 stanzas ending in a couplet. Just like the example, the couplet also has 6 words, which of course, I stretched the rules a bit by using hyphenated words.
One Direction intact In Hawkins’ multiverse. Sequenced genome can resurrect woolly mammoth. Volcano under Yellowstone can destroy USA. House Committee says What climate change? Doomsday isn't instantaneous, It's slo-mo train-wreck.
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