### Who invented a haiku?

The Japanese invented the Haiku, as a form of poetry of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

### What is a traditional Japanese form of verse with three lines known as?

The form is known as Haiku.

### What is a form of verse with 17 syllables called?

A haiku, with five, seven and five syllables on the three lines.

### Best defines a haiku?

A haiku is a Japanese poem about nature that has three unrhymed lines with the syllable pattern of 5, 7, 5. A Japanese form of verse with three lines containing 5, 7, and 5 syllables.

### How many syllabes does a traditional haiku written in Japanese usually have?

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.

### How do haiku work?

Haikus are little Japanese poems about nature. They have three lines, the first line is five syablles, the second line is seven syablles and the last line is five syablles.

### What are five examples of point in undefined terms in geometry?

Five examples of a point are" The place at which two intersecting lines meet. The place where 3X meets 4Y on an XY axis. The two places a diameter line intersects with a circle. The place where two lines meet to form an angle. The four corners where the lines meet to form a square.

### What is the plural form of day-line?

The plural form for the compound noun day-line are day-lines. Example: Be sure to make the five thirty ferry. The day-lines shut down at six.

### How long is a haiku poem?

A haiku is a Japanese inspired form of poetry. It has 17 syllables. Usually there are five syllables in the first line, seven in the second and five in the third.

### Does a haiku poem have to be 3 lines?

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 include a haiku, such as the tanka, but these are not haikus in and of themselves. SWS

### What are lines that intersect to form right angles?

Lines that intersect to form a right angle are called PERPENDICULAR lines. Lines that intersect to form a right angle are perpendicular.

### What are lines that intersect that do NOT form right angles?

Lines that intersect but do not form a right are just called intersecting lines. Perpendicular lines DO form a right angle when they intersect.

### Explain charactristic of a nurse in five lines?

Do you really need five lines when this really fits.

### How many lines of verse are in a limerick?

A limerick is required to have five lines. Lines one two and five must rhyme, lines three and four must rhyme

### Are intersecting lines that form right angle?

Intersecting lines that form a right angle are perpendicular lines.

### What form of poetry did haiku come from?

A Japanese person made a Haiku poem.The form was the Japanese form.

### Is Japanese read right to left or left to right?

Both. Japanese reading is left or right when written in horizontal lines, and right to left when vertical lines.

### What is the name of the famous style of Japanese poetry that only uses three lines?

What is the nof the famous style of Japanese poetry that only uses three lines

### What are the five lines called that music is written on?

the five lines in which music is written on is called a Stave..:) staff

### What shape has 5 lines of symmetry?

A pentagon has five lines of symmetry. It also has five internal angles.

### How many lines and syllables are used in a haiku?

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

### Two lines that form a right triangle?

Two lines can't do that. It takes three lines to form a triangle.

### What lines are intersecting lines that form right angles when they intersect?

Perpendicular lines form right angles when they intersect.

### What is it called when two lines join to form an angle?

When two lines meet to form an angle the lines are intersecting.

### When two lines intersect at a point they form and what?

When two lines intersect they form an axes.

### How do you form two squares by drawing five lines?

Draw a rectangle with length twice its width, you would have used 4 lines already. Then draw a straight line at the center. The result will be two identical squares.

### What are the characteristics of tanka?

This poem consists of five unrhymed lines. the syllable pattern of each line is 5,7,5,7,7. Tanka poems are often romantic in nature and concerned with the temporariness of love. It is a Japanese derived poem and it is considered to be one of the most important forms of Japanese poetry.

### What is the traditional form of a haiku poem?

A traditional form of haiku consists of three lines and 17 syllables. First line has five then the second has seven and the third has five again. The water is wide I cannot cross over So I built a boat. :) - Cassidy C.

### How do writers use rhythm?

writers use rhythm mainly in poetry. the kind of rhythm a poem possesses determines what kind of poem it is. for example, if a poem has five lines and lines one, two, and five end in the same suffix, and lines three and four end in the same suffix but not the same one as one, two, and five, the poem is a limerick, a form of poetry that commonly focusses on humor rather than… Read More

### What is a yadu?

A yadu is a Burmese form of poetry consisting of up to three stanzas, each containing five lines, with specific rules for meter and rhyme.

### What has two lines that form a right angles?

two lines that are perpendicular form right angles

### How many syllables are in a Japanese choka poem?

There is no set length of a choka poem. However, the poem alternates between lines of five and seven syllables and ends with an extra line of seven syllables.

### Lines that form right angles at their point of intersections?

Two lines that form a right angle at their point of intersection is called perpendicular lines.

### 2 intersecting lines that form a right angle?

the lines are perpendicular, which basically means the two lines intersecting form a right angle

### Are lines that form an X are called parallel?

No, parallel lines are the ones that never cross each other. Perpendicular lines form an x.