I am your host for this week’s Haiku Monday. Thank you Aunty Belle for crowning me the winner for "New Beginnings". I feel lucky, happy, and honored all at the same time!! I am very excited to host this week’s challenge!
The Haiku Monday theme is...
…occurring in or relating to the night.
Pretty much the standard rules apply! Three lines, syllables of 5-7-5. A seasonal reference and a cutting word are always cool, as I think that's how they do it in the big leagues, but not required here - I'm not qualified to judge that way YET! You've got until midnight Pacific Time on Monday to play! Everyone is welcome, and I’ll limit the number of entries for judging at two. Please identify which ones are for judging if you have more than two, and if you wish to include a visual on your site, that’s fabulous! (Side note: I have this boss who , when referring to pictures, says “pitchers” – that always bums me out because I’m thinking, "How can YOU expect to lead ME, Scout, when you do not know how to speak properly". Grrrrrrrrrr.)
Last but not least! The winner gets a Browning Pro Hunter Escape Headlamp – to help you find your way in the dark! I AM a Scout after all.
Here’s a Haiku to get us started.
What was that? Who’s there?
Imaginations run wild
Beware….when night falls
Here’s a photo from the remake of the 1985 film, Fright Night. The movie is set in Las Vegas and is about a teenager who discovers that his neighbor is a vampire. I don’t watch scary movies anymore; however, Colin Farrell is dreamy.