 A haiku is a Japanese poem with lines of five-seven-  five syllables.
 A haiku does not have to rhyme! In fact most haikus  don’t rhyme at all!
 Haikus were invented in Japan as says in the first  slide
 Haikus was invented around the 9th century in Japan
 (Sorry I couldn’t insert the examples I found on the  internet. But I do have the citing of the website.) "HAIKUS." HAI...
   HIAKU #1   I look for A stAr   I cAn only see the moon   Now I see A stAr   HIAKU #2   You have chEEsE doodlEs  ...
 A haiku has exactly seventeen syllables. No more.  No less.
 "Hiaku." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com. Web. 24  Apr. 2012. <ht "Hiaku History." Homepage of AHApoetry.com. Web.  24 A...
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Haikus

  1. 1.  A haiku is a Japanese poem with lines of five-seven- five syllables.
  2. 2.  A haiku does not have to rhyme! In fact most haikus don’t rhyme at all!
  3. 3.  Haikus were invented in Japan as says in the first slide
  4. 4.  Haikus was invented around the 9th century in Japan
  5. 5.  (Sorry I couldn’t insert the examples I found on the internet. But I do have the citing of the website.) "HAIKUS." HAIKU.COM. Web. 02 Apr. 2012. <http://www.haiku.com/>.
  6. 6.  HIAKU #1 I look for A stAr I cAn only see the moon Now I see A stAr HIAKU #2 You have chEEsE doodlEs A dElicious crunchy snack I wish I had one
  7. 7.  A haiku has exactly seventeen syllables. No more. No less.
  8. 8.  "Hiaku." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com. Web. 24 Apr. 2012. <ht "Hiaku History." Homepage of AHApoetry.com. Web. 24 Apr. 2012. <http://www.ahapoetry.com/>tp://dictionary.reference .com/> "Hiaku." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 24 Apr. 2012. <http://www.wikipedia.org/>

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