Hate & Forgiveness

dark side
in us all

like love
lives and breathes

that hate
inspires so many

I’m old

must hate
all new things

Write a Hay(na)ku about hate.
Hay(na)ku is a 3-line poem with one word in the first line, two words in the second, and three in the third. There are no restrictions beyond this.

If you are to forgive you must let go
Finally, I am ready
Years wasted and now I know
Souls wish to be free of misery
Scenes of things past, also
Sure my forgiveness will drive you crazy

Write a Harrisham Rhyme poem on the topic of forgiveness.
This form consists of a six-line rhyming stanza.
In this form, the last letter of the first word of each line
is the first letter of the first word of the next line.
Rhyming scheme : ababab.
There is no restriction on the starting letter of the first line.
No restriction upon line length or meter.
Invented by:  Harrisham Minhas

Weekly Theme:
Murisopsis Scavenger Hunt: Here

61 thoughts on “Hate & Forgiveness

  1. My Haynaku by Billy

    Don’t hate
    Anyone except Froggie

    He had an altercation with pet Froggie this morning. Your prompt just brought his hate out. I’ve explained he should thank you for this cathartic (had to explain) therapy you provided. He feels better for it now.

    He also says you left a letter T out in the title…..Very observant is Billy……

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    1. Understandable. The grudges I had with my pets were legendary.
      Better out than in.glad I could of help.
      You had me looking for a while for that missing t.


    1. Don’t worry, I’ve already stepped back to my side of the fence πŸ˜‰
      The prompts for this hunt were a little heavier than last so I think there might be more in your neck of the woods. I apologize in advance πŸ˜œπŸ’š

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  2. You made me laugh at the “I’m Old” hay(na)ku and then you made me snort laugh with the Harrisham Rhyme! It is true that forgiving some people just makes them crazy! hehe!

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