Haiku is from japan and all that good stuff
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You could call your haiku, The Moon.
I have to do. History one and holocaust is a good topic
Haiku in spanish is Haiku
This is how a haiku goes: The flowers are fresh, The snow has melted away, Spring is here to stay!
I would chose Untitled for the title for a book of haiku. The reasoning behind this is, traditionally haiku are not titled, therefore with your book being titled, Untitled it reflects the poetry or at least I think it does. Perhaps, another option is Untitled: The book of haiku.
Haiku poems traditionally do not rhyme, and a Haiku would not be considered a Haiku poem if it did rhyme.
A great haiku is; a haiku like no other, that you remember -SWS
"prose" is the antonym for haiku. source thesaurus.com/browse/haiku
Summer is goodSummer is fun
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money money yeah money money is so good money money no! 5-7-5 it's a Haiku!
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haiku started from Japanese
Haiku is the correct spelling. A haiku is a type of Japanese poem.
There are 3 lines in a Haiku.
Haiku originated in Japan.
Yes, a haiku poem can have periods.
the haiku was originated from Japanese poetry.
There are 2 syllables in haiku
A haiku is a type of Japanese poetry.
Haiku came from Japan.
a haiku is a 17-word poem
My Haiku was eliminated from the competition, because I had the wrong number of syllables. I wrote a haiku?