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-Looking for Haikus was pretty interesting. I looked on the internet as my prime source, and David looked in books as well. We both had our own selections and from there we decided on the two. We also knew that we would just have to choose and make a decision because you can look and look all day. We did try and pick two poems that had good imagery which would help in finding objects and in creating our thumbnails. We chose two very different haikus, but they both take place in a cold winter setting.The first one is more serious and more creepy, but the second one has more humor and is still describing a harsh action. To make our word lists we produced mind maps and then read our words aloud which gave more ideas and words. In coming up with objects we came up with  conceptual ideas along with literal ideas as well. 

Empty trees, bare bones     
Dancing skeletons caper
Hear the howling wind.



frigid 
white 
winter
bare
gone 
blank
stark 
gust
movement 
blowing 
rush
push
noisy
howling 
loud 
shaking 
hard 
bone 
strange
eerie
clean 
blank
creepy 
desolate 
barren
scarce 
lonely 
needles 
pine cones 
leaves 
autumn
growth
support
structure 
rain
frolic 
Object Ideas: bones, twigs, branches, mini wolf/dog, skeleton, leaves, windmills, music, ear
windy winter rain
my silly big umbrella 
tries walking backward 


blowing
harsh
noisy
regressive
backward
rewind 
difficult 
mayhem 
turmoil
chaos
confusion 
mess
disarray
big 
wide
awkward 
silly 
tangled
protector 
shield 
guard 
silly 
pierce 
uncomfortable 
harsh
cold 
winter
rain
drenched 
soaking 
sting 
wet 
pain
shelter
monumental 
open
reverse 
friction 
conflict 
steps 
movement 
force 
failure 
funny 
laughter
embarrassment 
frazzled 
confounded 
scattered 
frustration 
disappointment 


objects: windmill, umbrella (cocktail),  shoes, arrows (direction), map, pins/needles, glove, winter wear

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