Haiku is usually written in thepresent tense andfocuses on nature (seasons).
Haiku Poetry Definition 1An unrhymed Japanese verse consisting of three unrhymed 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 to understand and learn this type of poetry.
Haiku Poetry Definition 2 Made of three lines of poetry, 17 syllables or LESS.An ideal haiku should be short/long/short
Haiku Poetry Helpful HintsHaiku is generally not written in one longrun on sentence. It is generally written in two parts.You have a fragment on the first or thelast line, then you have the body of the haiku.
Haiku Poetry Winter sun--a cyclist pedalsagainst the wind
Haiku Poetry Salt-waves caress sandtickling my toes and heart in their short-spun wake
Haiku Poetry Pink cherry blossomsCast shimmering reflections On seas of Japan
Haiku Poetry Warm soup in a bowlletters of the alphabet hang on the teaspoon
HAIKU POETRY• On the following slides are pictures of seasons.• Now it is your turn to write some Haiku poetry.• In your journal, write a Haiku poem for each scene.
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