WofD Haiku Challenge 3

Word of the Day Haiku Challenge 3

apostasy – a total desertation or departure from ones religion, principles, party, cause, etc. [uh-POS-ta-see]


His apostasy

had him running from the men

who wanted him dead.


This is my submission for Kat's challenge, Word of the Day Haiku. Kat is the author of the blog, like mercury colliding…

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38 thoughts on “WofD Haiku Challenge 3

  1. Great haiku! I love those Greek words, they are so rich of history and meaning (and for a French they are super easy to pronounce). Apostasy is such a strong word to me, it means so much.

    • Thank you so much! I didn’t realize it was a Greek word. Haiku is VERY new to me so I’m just learning how to do it. So far I have messed it up a few times, but I am having fun learning.

  2. Wow that was powerful, I think you are really getting the hang of this Haiku! And again creating such an image with so few words!! xo

  3. I’ve read through a few of the challenges you’ve done, and they’re all really interesting. I found your blog on commenting boot camp, and I’m glad I did. I couldn’t scroll passed this post without commenting because your haiku reminded me of James Bond for some reason. You have inspired me to read more Ian Fleming, which I’m always happy to do.

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