Spring – Haiku.

Fresh crisp chilled spring day

new life splits the frozen earth

again it begins.

Karen Hayward (Copyright) 2015.

3 thoughts on “Spring – Haiku.

    1. well it’s a Japanese form, 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables. Although their is a lot of debate about the amount of syllables. It is meant to describe a moment, usually used to describe things in nature, but modern Haiku’s tend to describe anything they want to! It is a nice form, and is worth googling to discover all the rules for it, it is a short sweet poetic form that encourages you to really think about the words and what it is you are writing about. Hope that helps.

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