As is the case with any attempt to write a traditional haiku poem, a haiku focused on the element Cesium and its physical properties would include the following three elements: First, it would be structured as a three-line poem, with five 'pulses' (or syllables) in the first line, seven in the second, and five more in the third. Second, it would include a seasonal reference of some kind, whether literal or figurative. Third, it would utilizing a 'cutting' structure, whereby an initial idea or image would be 'cut' (by a punctuation mark or significant term, etc.) into a second idea or image.
5 syllables then 7 then 5
Haiku poems traditionally do not rhyme, and a Haiku would not be considered a Haiku poem if it did rhyme.
"prose" is the antonym for haiku. source thesaurus.com/browse/haiku
=A haiku is awsome=
haiku started from Japanese
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There are 3 lines in a Haiku.
Haiku originated in Japan.
A haiku is a type of Japanese poetry.
There are 2 syllables in haiku
Haiku came from Japan.
Yes, a haiku poem can have periods.
A haiku has 3 lines
a haiku is a 17-word poem
Haiku in spanish is Haiku
My Haiku was eliminated from the competition, because I had the wrong number of syllables. I wrote a haiku?
Haiku is the correct spelling. A haiku is a type of Japanese poem.
A Haiku is shorter the sonnet is a story that can be made in a short version but not shorter than the haiku.
Haiku in French is the same as Haiku in English. It's said the same way and spelt the same.
Haiku is from japan and all that good stuff
I need help writing a haiku.
Haiku's do not have to rhyme