Haiku (plural haiku) is a very short form of Japanese poetry. It is typically
characterised by three qualities: The essence of haiku is ...
The following examples of haiku poems illustrate what a haiku poem looks like, a
little about their history and how they are constructed.
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, ...
The word "Haiku" has two syllables: Hai-ku; the word "introduction" has four ...
Animals and seasons are examples of recognizable topics children might enjoy ...
Famous haiku examples from the Japenese masters - Basho, Buson, Issa and
Sample Haiku. These examples include Japanese translations and some original
Western poems. Bashó (Matsuo Munefusa 1644-1694). The name Bashó ...
The following haiku is by the famous Japanese haiku master Matsuo Basho, who
lived from 1644 to 1694: "Temple bells die out. / The fragrant blossoms remain.
Haiku poems written by famous poets. Browse through to read poems for haiku.
This page has the widest range of haiku love and quotes.
Haiku is a form of poetry, first made popular in Japan, which has become
appreciated around the world. ... up until his death. A sample of Basho's haiku
Definition and a list of examples of haiku. A haiku is a short poetic form from
Japan characterized by juxtaposition, seasonal imagery, and brevity.