Monday, March 28, 2011

Week 11: Time for another contest!

Hello Faithful Readers! Easter is on its way and I am hard at work on a perfect hat for the occasion. Actually I have a couple of Easter-themed hats in mind. The prize for this contest will be next week's hat!  I already know what it will be and trust me, it's adorable.

So, in order to win a fabulous hat for a sweet little baby in your life, I would like you to write me an Easter-themed haiku and put it in the comments section. For those of you who don't remember, a haiku is a 3 lined poem with a total of 17 syllables--5 in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the third. Hey, I had to look it up on wikipedia--my English teacher Mrs. Kuntz would be so disappointed.

Here's an example:

Little bunny bun
Tail of the softest grey fur
Stay away from hawks

Be creative!  The winner will be the haiku I like best. And really, don't get too hung up on the syllable rules, just have fun!



Sara said...

springtime renweal
gray leaves and color arrives
make francine the hat

Sara said...

the above was sumitted by Bob and Sara

Amanda said...

Big feet and long ears
Leap with egg-laden basket
Down the bunny trail

I have to say that the last line of Sara's poem made me laugh out loud! Also, I love the name Francine.

Janellybean said...

Easter Egg oblong
hidden so no one can see
all of your colors

(Great last line, Sara and Bob!)

Sarah said...

eggs, bright yet hidden
hold a secret promise of
rebirth this season

Hi Kate, it's Sarah Miller. Jeremy pointed me to your adorable blog, and I couldn't pass up an opportunity to write a haiku. Your baby and your hats are just too cute!

Jeremy said...

Fuzzy chicks are cute
but eggs will not hatch in the