The latest prompt from We Write Poems is Dancing With Pikus. Here are the instructions.
Write a piku. (a cross between a haiku and the first three numbers of pi.)
3 syllables Line 1
1 syllable Line 2
4 syllables Line 3
choose one or two key words
find rhymes for them
slightly re-write the first piku
Here’s some examples:
A dog lies
on his back. Snore.
Chronic Pain Piku
A man lies
on his back. Sore.
You can find more examples at Tilly’s original prompt posting. Rhyming dictionary in hand and courage in the other, I stepped out on the paper floor and waltzed.Don’t decide
ignore me, please. Don’t decide
smile and appease. Don’t decide
snub, glare and freeze. Don’t decide
by small degrees, Don’t decide
to . . .
accept, it frees.