By 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):
- Up to 10 family-friendly haikus about tomatoes (in English) can be submitted per person
- Send Read the rest of this entry »