Sweet Serenity: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #52

This week, the prompt words for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Challenge are SILENT and LOUD.

The example provided by Ronovan:

You bring silence out,

Over the noise of the world’s moans,

Cacophonous dins ring.

If you’ve never tried out a haiku before, and you’d like to learn more, click here to read Ronovan’s article on how to write a haiku poem in English form.

I’ve used the badge this time, to display my haiku contribution. It was designed by Ronovan to honour Meredith from Meredith’s Musings in this anniversary edition, as Meredith has contributed to the challenge from the first week.

challenge 52Sweet serenity

a quiet, supportive friend

to silence the doubt

Thank you for reading and thanks, as always, to Ronovan for providing us with this great opportunity.


Published by mbarkersimpson

Melissa Barker-Simpson is a multigenre romance author. Her stories are about connection, friendship, and love in all its forms. So whether in a magical setting, an alternative universe, or a world where anything can happen – and often does – there is always an element of romance. Melissa is currently residing in the North of England with her two daughters, and when not writing, is fulfilling her other role as a British Sign Language Interpreter.

9 thoughts on “Sweet Serenity: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #52

    1. I agree, Eli. I’m thoroughly enjoying my adventure into haiku writing. I joined in the challenge a few weeks ago and am now completely hooked! Thanks for stopping by 😀

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