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How you write a haiku poem about element Cesium about its physical properties?

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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.

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