So here I go again! Have I ever managed to attend three challenges in a row? Somehow, I doubt it.
Again, I’m sticking to the Haiku in English style, with syllable counts of 5, 7, and 5 over the three lines. I’ve used synonyms in place of the word prompts – feast for wolf & dessert for cake. The haiku reads in two sentences, as required, and express an opposite (feast, consume, starve). Don’t read too much into it!
Feast on my heartbeat, consume love’s dessert: my soul.
Consume love’s dessert: my soul is starved of delight
The rose, pictured, is from one of three bushes I have flowering in my garden.
Have a good day. 🙂
Do you need to pick me up on cringe-worthy grammar? I’m not sure about the apostrophe in love’s, or the use of the colon. (I can live with the actual haiku.)