There’s never too many creative ways to say thank you! This idea came from a tweet by Trayle after a MYFest Session:

A thank you Haiku, that sounds like a new daily create idea, so here it is… I even portmanteau-ed a name

And that is what you should do today, write a Haiku — standard 3 lines, in form of syllable count 7-5-7. A Thainku should express a representation of gratitude, but… and here’s a rule.. you cannot use the words “thank” or “you”. Aim to be metaphoric, use the traditional Haiku motifs of sound, nature, seasons…

It is better in Japanese version

It is better in Japanese version flickr photo by aurelio.asiain shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license

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