A clever story told in 13 parts through haiku and tanka. Incredible poeming here.. this is the full 13 parts, btw.
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This is fiction told in haiku and tanka style based on Ronovan’s Haiku Prompts. The story moves along the two words he provides weekly. This is the last part.
His skin white as milk.
With one short, swift, smooth movement
Parting flesh colouring red
unfolding like a flower.
Ronovan’s Haiku (tanka) Prompt Challenge #84 (milk & smooth)
Holding tight the knife
feeling his warm skin unfold
He sighed only once.
Ronovan’s Haiku Prompt Challenge #85 (tight & warm)
A flash of regret
she watched how his blood trails joined
for the dance of death.
Ronovan’s Haiku Prompt Challenge #86 (flash & dance)
A class of her own
the firm defending her said.
The jury agreed.
Ronovan’s Haiku Prompt Challenge #87 (class & firm)
Solitude lifts fog.
With a clear mind she composed
her plan for parole.
Ronovan’s Haiku Prompt Challenge #88 (lift & plan)
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