Haiku

I love haiku for its brief, elegant form and the concepts of momentariness and impermanence which it encompasses. Traditional Japanese haiku relate to nature as a rule, but modern haiku authors don’t necessarily stick strictly to nature as a topic. Most of my haiku relate to nature or the nature of life. I mostly write haiku using the three line, 5-7-5 syllable structure, and will be updating the list as and when I publish the haiku poems I’ve hand-written previously.

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