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How many lines are in a haiku?


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2009-05-31 20:44:49
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There are 3 lines in a Haiku.

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A haiku normally has 3 lines. The first line has 5 syllable, the second has 7, and the last line has 5

The answer is lines - a haiku contains three lines, and a limerick has five.

usually, a haiku has lines of 7, 5, 7, and 7. depending on what yours is about, that is how many words there are for each line.

Three lines, seventeen syllables. 5-7-5

seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five,

A haiku itself has 3 lines and this is the pattern:The first line is 5 syllablesThe second line has 7 syllablesAnd the third line is back to 5 syllables

3 lines. The first with 5 syllables,the second with 7 and the last with 5 syllables.

Three lines: consisting of 5 syllables-7 syllables-5 syllables.

A haiku is a short Japanese poem with 17 morae, similar to syllables, in lines of 5, 7, and 5.

five words seven words and five again three lines.

7 5 7 that is how many words or letters there can be in the poem on each lines

Haiku poems are small poems of only three lines. Matsuo Basho wrote many famous haiku poems including one that reads "old pond/a frog leaps in/water's sound."

Yes.A haiku is a short form poem composed of three lines of five, seven, then five syllables each.There are other poem forms that are longer which includea haiku, such as the tanka, but these are not haikus in and of themselves.SWS

3 lines, 17 syllables: First line has 5 syllables, second has 7 and last has 5 again.

A traditional Japanese haiku has three lines. The first and third lines have five syllables, while the second line has seven syllables. They do not usually rhyme but on can. As the short answer to your question there are seventeen syllables.

A haiku is poetry consisting of three lines. The first line has 5 syllables, the second line has 7 syllables, and the third line consists of 5 syllables. So a haiku is made up of a total of 17 syllables.

A haiku is traditionally one stanza. In Japan they are only one line with seventeen syllables. English haiku has three lines, the first with 5 syllables, the second with 7 syllables, and the third also with 5. This is one stanza.

Haiku are made of words march in three lines: five, seven, five. and at end wisdom..

A haiku is traditionally three lines in length, with seventeen syllables in the count of 5~7~5.

three lines and 17 syllables. 1st line- 5 syllables 2nd line- 7 syllable 3rd line- 5 lines

yes, and it is consisted of 5 lines

A haiku consists of 3 lines. The 1st line has 5 syllables, and the second has 7, the third has 5 again. A haiku poem is usually about nature.

theres no stanza, a stanza contains 4-5 lines haiku contains 3 lines which is 5-7-5 the first line should be 5 syllable words the second should be 7 the 3rd should be 5

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