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    • 11Haiku PoemsHaiku Poems
    • 222 Haiku is also called nature or seasonal haiku.
    • 333Haiku is usually writtenin the present tense andfocuses on nature(seasons).
    • 44 Haiku poems are Japanese and contain only 3Haiku poems are Japanese and contain only 3lines.lines. The poems are used to paint a picture in theThe poems are used to paint a picture in thereaders mind.readers mind. Each line has a certain number of syllables.Each line has a certain number of syllables.
    • 555Haiku Poetry Definition 1 An unrhymed Japanese verse consisting of threeunrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables (5,7, 5) or 17 syllables in all. The 5/7/5 rule was made up for school children tounderstand and learn this type of poetry.
    • 666Haiku Poetry Definition 2 Made of three lines of poetry, 17 syllables orLESS. An ideal haiku should be short/long/short
    • 777Haiku Poetry Helpful HintsHaiku is generally not written in one long runon sentence. It is generally written in twoparts.You have a fragment on the first or the lastline, then you have the body of the haiku.
    • 88Snow melts.Snow melts.Suddenly, the villageSuddenly, the villageis full of children.is full of children.
    • 99Green and speckled legsGreen and speckled legsHops on logs and lily-padsHops on logs and lily-padsSplash in cool waterSplash in cool water
    • 1010In a pouch I growIn a pouch I growOn a southern continentOn a southern continentStrange creatures I know.Strange creatures I know.
    • 111111Haiku PoetryWinter sun--a cyclist pedalsagainst the wind
    • 121212Haiku Poetry Salt-waves caress sand tickling my toes and heart in their short-spun wake
    • 131313Haiku Poetry Pink cherry blossoms Cast shimmering reflections On seas of Japan
    • 141414Haiku Poetry Warm soup in a bowl letters of the alphabet hang on the teaspoon
    • 1515Summer’s goneSummer’s goneThe leaves fell slowlyThe leaves fell slowlyThe leaves fell slow-lyThe leaves fell slow-lyTo the unforgiving groundTo the unforgiving groundTo the un-for-giv-ing groundTo the un-for-giv-ing groundToo soon – summer’s gone!Too soon – summer’s gone!Too soon – sum-mer’s gone!Too soon – sum-mer’s gone!575