Haiku sentence example

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  • A haiku is a special type of short poem.

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  • The first line of a haiku has five syllables, the next seven and the last line has five.

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  • You select the specific type of poem you want to create (for instance, a haiku, villanelle, sonnet, and so on).

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  • Different poetry styles are also endemic to certain locations such as the famous Japanese haiku.

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  • Haiku writers from around the world have been invited to produce haiku writers from around the world have been invited to produce haiku poetry in response a selection of work from The webWORKS Gallery.

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  • Traditionally haibun is prose that includes one or more haiku, the prose have the same observational, uncritical stance of haiku.

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  • Does this mean you should compose your own sonnet or Haiku?

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  • Usually I want to inspire people to write haiku, which is not always easy in a confined space.

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  • In making a haiku, we try to present something in the most direct words possible.

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  • These are questions that I ask about many English language haiku!

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  • The Haiku is restricted to three lines in a maximum syllabic pattern of 5-7-5, frequently divided by a caesura.

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  • This new venture brings into sharp focus some of the best haiku and tanka writers writing in English today.

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  • If you are suffering from heartbreak, the technical challenge of a haiku can sometimes shake you out of your feelings long enough to let you focus on the positive, even the absurd.

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  • Shiki encouraged his students to compose haiku on topics derived from their own observation of nature, rather than on assigned topics.

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  • There is even a new haiku in the haiku in the haiku section.

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  • Some of the words are taken from translations of Japanese haiku.

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  • Telling the reader how you feel does not make the reader feel anything and does not make a good haiku.

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  • Her poem is first spring day the deep indentation in my pillow I enjoyed the contrast in this haiku.

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  • Bader jokes that the haiku was probably ' developed by Zen monks suffering from attention deficit disorder ' .

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  • More details are on the big red haiku postbox situated in the cafe itself.

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  • Shiki, known in America mainly as the first great modern haiku poet, also revolutionized tanka and short prose essays.

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  • Most of the other poems are just as good and include some fine haiku.

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  • In the 17th century modern haiku was born in Japan.

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  • If you would like to add your own haiku then simply register with the Charnwood Arts Web site and login.

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  • There is the spirit of haiku about this - present too in other poems - the kind of immediacy achieved in Zen satori.

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  • Also, as a rest from rhyme I enjoy syllabic forms like haiku and tanka.

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  • Click on the images below to view a picture and read any haiku that have been written.

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  • Haiku is Japanese, the Rondeau French while the Ode dates back to Greek and Latin forms of poetry.

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  • Marc Sobel won honorable mention in a haiku competition that was featured on the Daily Show with John Stewart.

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  • For something even more interesting, the makers of the site have a haiku section where haiku are written about popular movies like 12 Monkeys and not-so-popular movies like Bad Lieutenant.

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  • With a watery translucence, the Haiku series provides a quiet color palette in a 5-inch modular format.

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