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FRAMED Lair of the Mythos Haiku
You have located the lair of the Mythos Haiku...
"What's a Haiku?"
Webster's Dictionary has this to say:
an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively;
Of course, since this is the Lair of the Mythos Haiku, the rules are a little different.
The Haikus here are called Mythkus,
and the following form rules apply...
- 3 Lines TOTAL
- 17 Syllables total
- Does NOT have to be rigid 5 7 5 structure
- MUST be relevant to H.P. Lovecraft or the Cthulhu Mythos,
with exceptions allowable if involving references to Chaosium's
Call of Cthulhu products.
- Last, but NOT least, each line needs to be a self contained concept or thought form. For clarity, please read this
Haiku FAQ. Then follow this lesson plan.
"Why are you telling me this?"
Simple really...because Haikus are so easy, this website is a dedicated showcase
for other peoples creative Mythku endeavors!
That's RIGHT! YOU too can add your
talents to the Lair of the Mythos Haiku!
So, explore the place, sample a few Mythkus, and if you feel
up to the challenge,
submit some of your own Sanity wrecking verses...
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