This is the very last entry in the A to Z Challenge for 2018, but don’t forget to sign up for my mailing list to keep up with my posts next month.I’ll be continuing my alphabetical journey, this time globetrotting through literature in film with the theme “Oh, the Places We’ll Go!
Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge.This month I’ll be working my way through the alphabet, one day at a time, on the subject of Online Dating.To maintain balance is, as with all things in life, the key to happiness.Being able to let go and laugh about bad dates, rather than take them too much to heart, is a good skill to cultivate.Begin the first line with words or a phrase that does not exceed five syllables. Use a powerful ending like "Together we'll be," a question to ponder "Where did you come from?
"How did this happen," "I love you so much," or "I want to see you," are all examples of qualifying first lines for your Haiku. Something like, "It's not my fault I love you," or "People wish for love like this." Drive home your feelings and emotions you wish to convey in this line. " or a simple statement "Only time will tell." Be sure to check that all of your syllables add up exactly so that you are within true Haiku guidelines.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.Five, seven, five; this is the formula for writing a Japenese poem also known as a Haiku.” You can learn more about the cities I’ll be writing about below. Meet thousands of local Haiku singles, as the worlds largest dating site we make dating in Haiku easy!Except for the polar bears, a corpse, and a small house cat named Vic, Ada Blackjack found herself alone on Wrangel Island in late June 1923.