A chain of inspiration, started by you
One of the things I love seeing during Haikuesday is when you guys create a chain of haiku in response to eachother. Like these ones from Paul, Edward (Nano Horror) and Brainmist:
Pinhead says to me
“We have such sights to show you!”
Hope it’s somewhere nice#horrorhaikuesday
— Paul Jackson (@OldWacko) January 17, 2017
— Nano Horror (@tweetsthecreeps) January 17, 2017
— b rainmist (@brainmist) January 17, 2017
So, inspired by your Hellraiser Haiku, here’s a little artwork to help you with today’s creations.
Created by You
Here’s what you guys made based on last week’s post, #HorrorHaikuesday on #WorldPoetryDay
— A. F. Stewart (@scribe77) March 21, 2017
When all hope is gone,
we ask God why. The answer
is in his knife blade.
— Mark L Groves (@FontofFear) March 21, 2017
— Nevertheless, Kylie (@eXtremeKylieG) March 21, 2017
“Mirror on the wall,
Who’s the scariest of all?”
I smile. It shatters. https://t.co/KxFsWyNhWx
— Nano Horror (@tweetsthecreeps) March 21, 2017
— Pancake Bunnykins (@p_bunnykins) March 21, 2017
I meditate so deeply
My flesh is subsumed.#HorrorHaikuesday
— Persist! (@brainmist) March 21, 2017
How Does Horror Haikuesday Work?
We play with words to terrify every Tuesday over in the Twitterverse and here on Horror Made. If you use the #horrorhaikuesday or tag me @horror_made on Twitter I can find your response poems and add them to the next week’s post. Or, if you prefer not to twitter, you can link back to this post and I’ll be able to see the link and do the same. So join on in my friend. We have such wicked delights to share.
Prints and Such
In case you need something to bring a little misery to your dungeon walls, you can buy prints and mugs and things with today’s artwork through my Society6 Store.