A t Z Challenge letter “U” a Haiku

During the yearly A to Z challenge I have problems with certain letters. The letters Q, U, and X are difficult for me, and Z occasionally. This year I decided for “U” I would do a poem. I am not a poet but, I do like Haiku’s so here we go Letter “U” Haiku (Plus that rhymes and Haikus typically dont.)

Letter U Art Print by socialcreativity | Society6


So, that’s it, I think It tells the story of How I dislike the letter U during the challenge. I need to use it, it never cooperates, and I’m stuck with it. That was actually rather difficult.

One word per line is sad looking though but I wanted to try to think of words to use so here is another about U, or rather You.

A Reader Follows,
Joy infuses my being.
You are appreciated!

3 Comments on “A t Z Challenge letter “U” a Haiku

  1. Ha ha, I love it! The best revenge on a difficult letter.
    Your cover image is amazing! That’s a great view of space.

    J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

    Liked by 2 people

    • Thanks! If only x were as easy but I cant use the same trick twice 🙂 Yah I changed things a bit today so the cover… its on Hiatus. I put it up sometime after the shuttles were retired. made me sad.


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