We're going to do some continuations today. And yes, it is still Two Haiku Tuesday.
I'll get things started, and then the next person to post gets to continue the story from where I left it. Carry it on as far as you can with your two haiku and then the next writer gets to go from there.
I'm fully aware we have no hope of completing a story in the span of three or four haiku. But let's be honest: we've never finished a story doing continuations in the usual prose-y manner either. So I figured why not mix things up a bit?
If things get interesting I might bring us back to this tale next Tuesday. We'll see how things go.
Picked lots of peas and raspberries today. Kat picked lots of greens and raspberries. We filled all our local orders, though two people did not pick theirs up - one due to car trouble (she'll be by tomorrow morning), the other because, presumably, she forgot. We still haven't heard from her.
Tomorrow morning I'll finish the remaining raspberries with Rebecca for the bakery and then we shall weed the garden. Looking forward to it.
In the middle of
a land of sand a young man
chose to build a home.
Above his door he
hung a sign that read: Don't ya
knawk less yer 'bout dead