I’ve been thinking it might be fun to write a Haiku Poem, I haven’t tried this in such a long time, however I did remember how fun it was and the 5-7-5 rule.
NO Laughing 🙂
Not an easy piece to write
Third line stumps me now
Okay I know lame but if you look at the guidelines for writing a Haiku poem I think I’ve nailed it , sheepish look on my face and slightly shrugging shoulders 🙂
The haiku is a Japanese verse in three lines. Ok I’ve got three lines.
Line one has 5 syllables. Got that too
Line two has 7 syllables. So far so good
and line three has 5 syllables. This is easy peesy.
Oh yeah I’ve got this!
Haiku is a mood poem and it doesn’t use any metaphors or similes. Hmmm I still have a little work to do…:)
Well 4 out of 5 ain’t bad
- Haiku For You (lizbethwrightbooks.wordpress.com)
- Haiku Winter (paradelle.wordpress.com)
- For The Love Of Haiku 14 And I Voted 3 Haiku Lovers And To Break The Tie I Challenge Them To Write A Tanka Poem (allaboutlemon.com)
- SO YOU WANNA WRITE HAIKU? (by Daniel Kosower) (wordsrhymesandrhythm.wordpress.com)
- 8 haiku poem words and definitions-haiku need to be written (thesecretkeeper.net)
14 thoughts on “Haiku Poem ??”
Thanks for the link 🙂
Your welcome, looking forward to reading more of your posts. 😀 Have a wonderful New Year.
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Well done 🙂 I plan on mastering this Haiku “business” 🙂 Have a great day!!
I like writing rhymes but haven’t the …whatever it is….that it takes to write haiku. Reminds me too much of high school English class. 😦
I might be able to draw the pretty tree that is with your post. 🙂
The last time I wrote Haiku was in high school as well, it’s alot harder than I remembered…I couldn’t draw the tree to safe my life, lost out on the “drawing” gene. 🙂
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