X Haiku #atozchallenge

It’s an instrument
In the percussion section
Play it with mallets

Today on the A to Z Blog Challenge the letter is X, and here is my haiku puzzle for the day. The little poem up above should suggest a word that starts with X. Can you figure out that word? Great! Tell us your answer in the comments.

Since the challenge takes Sundays off, there won’t be a new puzzle tomorrow. Come back on Monday for the haiku for the letter Y. See you then!

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

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W Haiku #atozchallenge

Just look at the time!
This is a word for looking
And for the timepiece

Welcome to another day in the A to Z Blog Challenge! Today is devoted to the letter W, so I have a little haiku poem up above that suggests a word that starts with a W. Can you guess what that word is? Once you have an idea, let us know about it in the comments, and thanks for visiting.

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

V Haiku #atozchallenge

Every now and then
We need some new scenery
A chance to get away

The letter for today’s A to Z Blog Challenge is V, and I’ve got another haiku puzzle for you. Your task is to figure out what word, starting with V, is suggested by the haiku up above. Once you get the word, post your solution to the puzzle in the comments!

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

U Haiku #atozchallenge

Sadly, it’s not real
That imaginary place
Where all is perfect

It’s another day in the A to Z Blog Challenge, and the letter for the day is U. Can you figure out the word that begins with U that is suggested by today’s haiku poem? Once you’ve got it, tell with world by posting your answer in the comments!

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

T Haiku #atozchallenge

Made from earth and rain
A tower of wood and leaves
Reaching for the sun

Hello, again, and here’s the entry for the letter T in the A to Z Blog Challenge. My entries are haiku puzzles that suggest but don’t include a word that begins with the letter of the day, and your job is to figure out what the word is. Can you guess the word starting with T that the poem above implies? Tell us your guess in the comments!

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

S Haiku #atozchallenge

We raise our voices
Marrying words to music
In sadness or joy

Welcome back for another week in the A to Z Blog Challenge! Every day in April (except Sundays) is assigned a letter of the alphabet, and participants post blog entries related to that letter. My posts are haiku puzzles. A haiku is a tiny poem, three lines with 5/7/5 syllables on each line, and I’ve written a haiku that suggests a word starting with the letter of the day. Since the letter assigned for today is S, that means the little poem up above should suggest a word that begins with S. Actually, there are several versions of the word for today, all based on the same root, and they will all work. In fact, if you come up with a different S word that fits the poem, you still win! Once you have an answer, post it in the comments. I look forward to seeing your responses!

If you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1.

R Haiku #atozchallenge

Though we may complain
When water falls from the sky
Without it we’d die

We’re at the end of Week 3 of the A to Z Blog Challenge, and the letter of the day is R. That means my little poem should call to mind a word that starts with R. Can you figure out what it is? If so, drop the answer in the comments.

We take tomorrow off, but I’ll be back on Monday with a new puzzle for the letter S. Until then, if you want to see all my puzzle poems from the beginning of the challenge, click here to go back to the Letter A on April 1. Thanks for visiting!