H is for Huitain

 Day 8 of the Blogging From A to Z Challenge April 2012 – H

Hurried huntsmen hasten to hunt

Herding hapless hares towards home

Happy to have horses up front

High hills and hidden hollows to roam

Heading house bound into the gloam

Hasten towards heartwarming blaze

Hypnagogic heat forms a dome

Heavy heads nod off in a haze

(Helpful Hint: huitain = group of eight lines of verse with eight syllables per line with a rhyming scheme to adhere to)

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PLEASE NOTE:  This is my original material so…..Hell actually hath a lot of fury for a hacking hooligan who heists another’s handiwork.

Ha det bra (Norwegian)

7 thoughts on “H is for Huitain

  1. Your blog is the first one that I have discovered on A to Z challenge, and I have started liking it 😀
    A friend of mine writes in similar way, I mean using single letter for each day. I was delighted to find you here doing the same thing. You both write about different things and with different styles yet I am liking both the blogs. 🙂
    If you like you can visit her blog

    Good Luck with the challenge. Will be visiting more often now 🙂

    • Hi~
      Thanks for swinging by. I can’t link to your page through your gravatar – what is your blog address? Would love to come check it out. And if you have the link for your friend’s would love to see that too =) Single letter posts are challenging – will be nice to have someone to commiserate with 😉

    • HAHA – just scrolled down on your previous comment. The whole thing wasn’t opened in my view screen. As you can tell I am NOT an I.T. person. Will head over to visit later today.

  2. Hanother hincredicle hpost. Henjoying hthese hso hmuch – hand hlearned hsomething htoday – had hnever heard of huitain!


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