Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Haiku Poetry: A Few Samples

Haiku poetry is easy to write, consists of three lines, and usually follows the 5-7-5 syllable pattern. The third line generally offers some type of "surprise" or something that is unexpected.

For more information on Haiku poetry, read "How To Write A Haiku Poem".

Here are a few samples of Haiku poetry that I have written:

x-ray vision
fortune tellers claim to have
cannot see cancer

tick tock goes the clock
the second-hand rounds its course
non-digital time

flesh decays quickly
exposed to the elements
flies don't go hungry

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