Dictionary Word of the Day Haiku Challenge 2

Hey peeps! I know the words this week were crazy…words like rupestrine or florilegium or rodomontade (wow!)

But gee, I was hoping someone would take the challenge! At any rate, we have Friday! And I actually did have company on Friday! Shout out to my friend Kathryn from anotherfoodieblogger! Give her awesome blog a peek! 😊

AND…an UPDATE! We have Thursday as well thanks to Priceless Joy (PJ) from beautifulwords. Be sure to visit her other blog/challenge, Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge and give it a try!

Here’s…a look back at THURSDAY and Friday!

Thursday’s Word: Florilegium from dictionary.com – a collection of literary pieces; anthology.

florilegium
is in my new library
my heart is content

PJ (Priceless Joy) @ beautifulwords

Friday’s Word: Factotum from dictionary.com – a person, as a handyman or servant, employed to do all kinds of workaround the house; any employee or official having many different responsibilities.

They cook, clean, parent
unsung, unpaid factotums
also called “Mothers”!

Admins do-it-all!
They are office factotums
“Duties as assigned.”

When something breaks down
call a handy factotum
a hero with tools

kat @ likemercurycolliding

If you’re not busy
Can you help me out on this?
I am Factotum

Kathryn @ anotherfoodieblogger
(Kathryn posted her Haiku in the comments in my post)

If you would like to join us this week, here are the rules! Come join us. It’s exciting and best of all fun! 😊

Word of the Day Haiku Challenge

1. Pick a day that works for you. Once you pick your day, stick to it. This is what makes it fun and quite a challenge.

2. Choose an online dictionary that features a word of the day. I use dictionary.com but there are others. Pick your go-to dictionary.

3. Create a Haiku using the word of the day. In this challenge, no synonyms allowed.

4. A Haiku is a three line poem with the syllable structures 3-5-3 or 5-7-5.

5. (Optional) If you want, you may also post a expanded history of the word, your thoughts about the word, or some unusual facts about the word of the day.

6. Post a link to your Haiku in the comments so I can find you.

7. I’ll post the weekly roll call list on Sunday. So you have until Saturday at midnight (EST) to post your haiku.

8. Have fun!


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