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Posted on 18 July 2009 by tomatocasual.com

Hot Tomato Haiku Contest

tomato-arts-fest1By Vanessa Richins

I’ve written before about the wonderful Tomato Art Fest in Nashville, Tennessee.

For the 2nd time, they’re holding a tomato haiku contest.

Get your thinking caps on and get ready to enter!

As a reminder, a haiku is a traditional Japanese form of poetry. It is comprised of 3 lines (though sometimes less) and 17 syllables. Many use the form 5-7-5, where the first and third lines have 5 syllables, and the 2nd has 7 syllables.

Basic Rules (see bookfool.com for all the details):

Posted on 12 February 2009 by tomatocasual.com

Experiments in Social Networking : Tomato Haiku

haikuBy Vanessa Richins

I love Twitter!

It’s a microblogging website where you can connect with people around the world.

I use it to post links to articles I write and talk to other gardeners. You can find me here.

Tonight I had an experiment pop into my head. If I asked people on Twitter to write haiku about tomatoes, would they do it? If you don’t know, haiku is a Japanese three line poem with exactly seventeen syllables. The first line contains five syllables, the second has seven, and the third has five again.

It worked! Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on 23 May 2008 by tomatocasual.com

Tomato Haiku

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By Kira Hamman

Beautiful red globe
Tantalizing in the sun
I will eat you up

Oh, hornworm, be gone!
Every year you break my heart
You are not my friend

Sweet and juicy fruit
Juice drips freely down my chin
Is that a fruitworm?

Tomatoes are yum!
Reluctant offspring, you are
No child of mine

Welcome, tomato
Into my summer garden
Would you like a drink?


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