Conversation 64: A HAIKU TREASURE HUNT

Whilst our travels are restricted why not take a trip and explore what is right under our noses.
Find the following:
Something:
ROUND
NATURAL
RED
TASTY
SHINY
PRECIOUS
NOISY
GROWING
TO WEAR
DRINK
READ
TINY
OLD
FOUND
1
Create a haiku inspired by 1 or some or all the collected treasure.
2
You may like to photograph or draw the items together or individually. Play around with the arrangement, think about which ones go together which do not.  Is there an odd man out?  Is there an overriding theme?   What drew you to choose these objects? Think about the stories behind these objects. What do the object choices they say about you? 
3
At our first zoom meet-ups we all brought a favourite object which we described.  We then passed that item onto one of the participants to write a haiku about.  Why not share a story of your favourite object here and see what haiku it inspires by someone else.

2 Comments on “Conversation 64: A HAIKU TREASURE HUNT”

  1. Noisy natural
    Plates clash together
    Bringing music to my ears

    Red tasty sweetmeats
    Are not as i remember
    Ludlow public house

    Many years ago
    I preferred food to music
    Standing in green fields

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