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Progress Report: One Million Words, week 14

I have written 2,208 words this week, which is low compared to other weeks, but still something. This has included some haiku, which I have continued to practice since Wednesday’s workshop.

My total is 47,576/1,000,000, or 4.76%.

Day by day summary

Monday: 481 words (Damnatio Memoriae)

Tuesday: 445 words (Damnatio Memoriae)

Wednesday: 211 words (27 on haiku, 184 on Damnaio Memoriae)

Thursday: 33 words (haiku)

Friday: 153 words (Damnatio Memoriae)

Saturday: 406 words (Kell ch2 storm)

Sunday: 479 words (Kell ch2 storm)

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Exploring Haiku: Shine Your Light

I have just got home from a workshop held at my local library about haiku, led by local poet Bethany Rivers. The session was called Shine Your Light, linking in to the theme of light which was chosen for this year’s National Poetry Day, which was on October 8th 2015 (last Thursday). In Sunday’s One Million Words update, I said I wanted to take part in rejuvenating activities this week, and this haiku workshop was definitely rejuvenating.

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