All throughout April
Every day a new letter
And a new puzzle
Hold on to your hats, people–The Haiku puzzle is back for the A-Z challenge this year! It’s been a lot of fun in previous years, and I expect it to be the same again this time. Here’s how it works.
In the A-Z Blog Challenge, there’s a letter of the alphabet assigned to every day in April except Sundays. Participating blogs will post something related to that letter on that day. What I’ll be posting is a tiny puzzle following a pattern called haiku, which consists of three lines with 5, 7, and 5 syllables. Traditionally a haiku invokes an image from nature, most often seasonal.
For the challenge, each haiku I post will suggest a word that starts with the letter assigned for the day, but the word itself won’t be in the poem. That’s why it’s a puzzle! Your job is to figure out what word the haiku suggests, and let us know your solution in the comments. If I’ve done my job well, the puzzles will be fun and easy.
The fun begins on Monday April 1 with the letter A. I hope you follow along!