Where did the haiku poem originate from?


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2011-02-09 03:26:53
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Haiku came from Japan.

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The haiku form of poem was developed in Japan.

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the haiku was originated from Japanese poetry.

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a haiku is a 17-word poem

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It is a true statement that a Haiku is a type of Japanese poem. The Haiku originated in Japan in the 9th century.

Haiku is the correct spelling. A haiku is a type of Japanese poem.

there is no such thing as a haiku PEOM, but a haiku POEM is a Japanese poem with the first verse with 5 syllables and the second with 7 syllablles and the 3rd with 5 syllablles.

A haiku is a three-line poem that consists of 17 syllables that describes nature scenes.

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The pattern of a haiku poem is 1,2,and 5 rhyme 3 and 4 rhyme also the poem has 5 lines

haiku is a poem dealing with syllabuls, it has 5 syllabuls on first line, seven on next, and 5 on the last, so it'd be like this: this is a haiku poem i made just for you hope this helped a bit

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

A Haiku is shorter the sonnet is a story that can be made in a short version but not shorter than the haiku.

Yes. It is a poem style originating in Japan.

they can write a haiku or a shape poem

haiku is a poem that they useto use for the poems and all that stuff.

Yes. A haiku poem is five sylables then seven sylables then back to five. Good poem!

The haiku measure is five, seven and then five; middle is longest

No it originated in japan

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