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What is a Haiku? A haiku is a Japanese verse form of poetry.  Simply put, a haiku is a three-line poem with syllable counts of 5 on the first line, 7 on the second line and 5 on the third line. There is no rhyme or particular meter involved.

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Haiku #1

Carefree butterfly
Swiftly leaps, greeting, tasting
The roses of life.

Haiku #2

Steaming controller
Screams, angry, awaking sleep
Throughout the night.

Haiku #3

Radiant glimmer
Swoops down with closed eyes
Ignoring the waste.

 

by E. V. Stankowski RN
© copyrighted 1981 "Petals of Gold Collection"

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