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This is a beginning lesson in how to create a haiku.

This is a beginning lesson in how to create a haiku.

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  • 1. Haiku for You
  • 2. What is haiku?
  • 3. An old pond
    A frog jumps in
    Sounds of water
  • 4. Objectives
    Recognize the inspiration for haiku.
    Apply two Japanese terms that form the structure of haiku.
    Write a haiku.
  • 5. Inspiration
    After the storm
    A boy wiping the sky
    From the tables
  • 6. Haiku Term #1
    KIGO(kee-go)
    The season word.
  • 7. The poet master Shiki told his students that they only had to look at one image in nature to create 20 haiku.
  • 8. BLAZE
    crisp
    fragrant
  • 9. In preparation for writing your haiku, create a “season images” chart.
    In a four-column table, write down a dozen words for each season.
    Click here to see an example:
    Exercise
  • 10. Season Chart
  • 11. Hints
    Keep your word choices simple.
    Visualize a single image.
    What do you see?
    Examples are “twinkling firefly” or “shooting star.”
    1.
    2.
  • 12. Haiku Term #2
    KIREGI(kere-eee-gee)
    The cutting word/symbol.
  • 13. Changes the direction of the poem.
    Can be a word, dash, exclamation point, ellipsis, or semi-colon.
    Can simply be a change in phrasing.
  • 14. Express a feeling.
    Make an observation.
    Record an action.
  • 15. After the storm
    A boy wiping the sky
    From the tables
    A scene from nature.
    Recording an action.
  • 16. Looking for the moon
    In a lonely autumn sky
    Mountain castle lights
  • 17. One day in early spring
    A snowman
    I drink it
    melts
  • 18. Let’s Write!
    On the following screens, you’ll see four images – one for each KIGO.
    Look carefully at each image then write the first line of a haiku.
  • 19. Winter
  • 20. Spring
  • 21. Summer
  • 22. Autumn
  • 23. Email your finished poem using this link:
    mailto:haiku2006-ELN202@yahoo.com?subject=HAIKU POEMS