Right, bit of brain exercise today for you, then (yes, I may have been helping a teeny bit with homework – what of it?). All comments are to be in the form of Haiku: a form of Japanese poetry. The simplest Haiku is in three short lines. The first line containing five syllables, the second line seven, and the third line five. The lines don’t rhyme but must paint a picture in the reader’s mind. Here’s mine:
Greyhound sleeps on bed
Feet wave, tongue lolls, breathing soft
Chasing dream rabbits
Something meaningful in seventeen syllables, then. Off you go.