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GeoKu – Geocaching Haiku Contest

Eric Schudiske on April 6, 2012, 1:40 pm

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Lackeys

Signal crafting a Haiku

Are you like this? When you’re not geocaching, you’re thinking about geocaching. Maybe when you’re off the geotrail, you’re planning your next geocache? Or maybe you’re exploring your thoughts on geocaching through the majesty of a Haiku.Yeah, you read that right, a geocaching Haiku. The geocaching Haiku is alive and well, and a great Haiku could win you serious geocaching swag.

PodCacher podcast is sponsoring the “GeoKu – Geocaching Haiku Contest.” A geocaching Haiku looks like this.

Green and lush landscape
Rhythmic footsteps towards our goal
We seek adventure

A Haiku is composed of three lines. The first line has five syllables, the second line has seven syllables and final line is five syllables again. Interested in competing? Check out the contest and details here. The winner will be selected by a panel of Lackeys. You have until Friday, April 20 to enter. Good luck!

  • http://www.facebook.com/rgnissen Rodney Nissen

    Got my 3 submitted!

  • Godslady

    When will we find out the winning Haiku?

  • Woman-tracker

    Have the winners been chosen yet?


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