Haiku poems

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Haiku poems

  1. 1. 11Haiku PoemsHaiku Poems
  2. 2. 222 Haiku is also called nature or seasonal haiku.
  3. 3. 333Haiku is usually writtenin the present tense andfocuses on nature(seasons).
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 666Haiku Poetry Definition 2 Made of three lines of poetry, 17 syllables orLESS. An ideal haiku should be short/long/short
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 88Snow melts.Snow melts.Suddenly, the villageSuddenly, the villageis full of children.is full of children.
  9. 9. 99Green and speckled legsGreen and speckled legsHops on logs and lily-padsHops on logs and lily-padsSplash in cool waterSplash in cool water
  10. 10. 1010In a pouch I growIn a pouch I growOn a southern continentOn a southern continentStrange creatures I know.Strange creatures I know.
  11. 11. 111111Haiku PoetryWinter sun--a cyclist pedalsagainst the wind
  12. 12. 121212Haiku Poetry Salt-waves caress sand tickling my toes and heart in their short-spun wake
  13. 13. 131313Haiku Poetry Pink cherry blossoms Cast shimmering reflections On seas of Japan
  14. 14. 141414Haiku Poetry Warm soup in a bowl letters of the alphabet hang on the teaspoon
  15. 15. 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

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