It's a better haiku than I could create!
I've not managed to work the syllables bit yet. But I do know someone who does write haiku, so I'll let him know about it. Thanks, Patsy.
I never was much good at haikus but aren't Highland cattle lovely. We have herds of them up on the moor where they regularly stand in the middle of the road, refusing to budge, even when hooted at. And the calves are just gorgeous.
I love writing haikus...maybe I'll give it a go.
I don't care whether that was strictly haiku, Patsy - it made me laugh!! :) :)
Cute li'l buffalo, that!
This is a haiku,But not a very good one.I don't like haikus.
Ha! I love your haiku--and the Highland cattle! I've never been good at poetry with structure. I'm more a free verse type when I do write poetry.
Gosh, yours must be pretty bad, Alex!
I'm OK on the syllables I think, Carol - it's the rest I have trouble with.
They are lovely, Gail. I saw a lot on our trip to Scotland and photographed most of them.
Good luck, Michelle.
It was worth writing it then, Susan.
It does look a bit like a buffalo, Oscar. Not sure they're as furry though?
It's at least as good as mine, Frances.
My style is more 'should be restrained' verse than free verse, Jenni.
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