Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Silly Haiku Wednesday: The Spirit of Giving


(photo icon courtesy of http://www.sspproc.org/)


In loving the poor,
St. Nicholas showed kindness,
Revealing Christ's Love.


May we give this gift
Cheerfully, humbly, with joy.
Living the Gospel.


Meaning of Christmas?
It's not about receiving.
It's about giving.


Share the season's joy
With all those you come across!
May God bless you all!


Next week's theme? Guilty pleasures.


For more Haiku hijinks, please visit Jen over at You Know...that Blog?


Join the fun!
The basics:

Haiku is simple! 
It is 3 non-rhyming lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively 
(a great way to use your fingers!)

24 comments:

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

I always love your Haiku's. You should do a book with them in it!

Jenn@ You know... that blog? said...

Wonderful Haiku's! I fixed your link (you had it pointing to a haiku 2 weeks ago heehee)

Have a fabulous day!

JadeLD said...

Great Haikus, Christmas is about giving not receiving. I love picking out things for people and watching them open it. We're tying to take more time to spend with friends and family too - great memories are some of the best presents that stay with you for a long time.
Jade

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Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Love your Haikus, they are wonderful!
hugshugs

L.B. said...

I wish I was as
Creative as you, Polly
Haikus hurt my head

But as long as you
Crank these out every Wednesday
I think I'll be fine

MJ said...

You are very talented!!! This is a wonerful reminder of what Christmas is really about. Thank you :o)

Cynthia@RunningWithLetters said...

short and sweet...beautiful.

Michelle said...

Very nice! I love that Christmas really feel so great as the giver. But yet we receive the greatest Gift of All in Christ. Have a blessed Wednesday

Ms Bibi said...

Beautiful Haiku like always. Can't wait for the guilty pleasure next week.

Tiffany said...

lovely. i never quite got the hang of writing haikus...

Willoughby said...

Beautiful Haikus! I love them all!

Lissaloo said...

I think this is my favorite so far, very beautiful :)

Tattoos and Teething Rings said...

These are my fave so far, really lovely!

moorebloglife said...

How refreshing to read about the true meaning of Christmas it truly is about the giving, beautiful Haiku Polly

Erin said...

Wonderful job with these---I would do them, but I want my girls' birthday post to stand alone today!
;-)

I love the lines that say it's about giving and not receiving. So true & I wish more people would realize that....

Deidra said...

Amen.

Julie Schuler said...

Very pretty. Like little meditations.

AJ said...

I love haiku. There is nothing quite like it.

:) Thank you for that meaningful thought. It answers my question from Sunday! :)

Chanda @ The Eco-Cheap Mom said...

Beautiful. You have quite a knack for haiku. I'd agree with Lee, you should do a book!

kys said...

Yours are always wonderful!

Kimberly said...

Do a book, do a book!

Nessa said...

Wonderful haiku. A great reminder for the holiday.

Car Goes Boom

Jillien said...

AWESOME! The gospel preaches to be a joyful giver. These are a beautiful series of poems!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I wish you and your family a very happy Christmas!

JM

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