"Traditionally, Hay(na)ku have:
- 3 lines
- A total of 6 words – 1 in the first, 2 in the second, and 3 in the third
- No syllable, rhythm, or meter constraints.
- You can also write reverse hay(na)kus."
The table is heaped
and every chair is filled.
Come, my friends, to share our abundance.
(Bring your own rake)!
Enjoy this John Rutter composition of a virtual choir from Georgetown University Music Ministry singing one of my favorite hymns, For the Beauty of the Earth.
Ever grateful for "..friends on earth, and friends above.." (especially friends online) who enrich my life each day. Happy November!