A traditional Japanese haiku is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count.
Often focusing on images from nature, haiku emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression.
Examplesedit]. The best-known Japanese haiku is Bashō's "old pond": 古池や蛙
The following examples of haiku poems illustrate what a haiku poem looks like, a
little about their history and how they are constructed.
What is a Haiku Poem? Information and examples about the Japanese verse.
The beauty of haiku often becomes the bane of impatient writers: capturing a
single moment, movement, or experience in its entirety, in three lines totaling 17 ...
... and guess. Here are two examples of "What am I?" Haikus: ... Worksheet 1:
Information about syllables and Haiku. Example poem to analyze. Worksheet 2: ...
Definition, Usage and a list of Haiku Examples in common speech and literature.
A haiku poem has three lines, where the first and last lines have five moras, ...
How to write a haiku poem. A simple guide with haiku examples and prompts to
inspire you. Use this poetic form to capture and preserve the moments of your ...
Sample Haiku. These examples include Japanese translations and some original
Western poems. Bashó (Matsuo Munefusa 1644-1694). The name Bashó ...
Haiku poems written by famous poets. Browse through to read poems for haiku.
This page has the widest range of haiku love and quotes.