Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes – Frost and Glint

Time for another Haiku, of the Ronovan Writes prompt variety.

This week’s 341st prompt word pairing is Frost and Glint

As ever, if you want to read proper examples of Haiku writing, follow that link. But, while you’re here, it’ll only take a few seconds to read mine, which follows.

Incidentally, visitors who normally pop in here via Ronovan’s link on his summary post will have missed my last haiku, as he missed the pingback and I didn’t post a comment on his prompt post to highlight it, so it’s here if you want it: Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes – Release and Simple

Then you can see why he might have accidentally missed it.

Anyway, this week’s effort, vaguely topical and therefore even more disposable than usual.


the frost in his eyes
with no glint of guile nor guilt
Jacob Rees-Mogg speaks

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For our non-British friends, Jacob Rees-Mogg is the Conservative Leader of the House of Commons, normally referred to as ‘Member of Parliament for the 18th Century’, being an anachronistic throwback with not nearly as much in the brain department as he himself believes he has.


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3 thoughts on “Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes – Frost and Glint

    1. Good patriotic fish. The kind of fish that would hold a fin over their hearts, singing ‘Cod Save The Queen and Mind the Bones’ as it is hauled on to the deck of a Great British Trawler, happy not to have been caught by any of them foreigners.

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