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Old 10-08-2008, 02:38 PM
silent snow silent snow is offline
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Default How to write Haiku v.1.0

I figured that I could make a small tutorial on how to write Haiku. Of course I am not literature expert or more familiar with writing Haiku than most commoners are to but I have my fair share of Haiku written down.

As you know Haiku consist out of a sheme of syllables, in the form of 5, 7. 5.

This restriction makes it relatoivly hard to say what you want within the Haiku, another restriction is that Haiku generally should be descriptions of nature. (Of course I am not sticking to that rule, blame me if you want.)

As an example one of my Haiku:

Petal


Small and fragile,
blooming to the fullest,
delicate petal.

- Yuki (24.04.08)

As you can see it has the correct theme but does not stick to the general rule of 5, 7, 5. It is 5, 6, 6. A fault of mine failing to find the appropriate words but I guess it makes it clear.

For more reference sme more links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2513675/1/Yukis_Haiku_2
http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2483633/1/Yukis_Haiku_1

Feel free to submit suggestions, additions and critique.

- teaching Yuki
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Old 12-08-2009, 01:50 PM
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I figured that I could make a small tutorial on how to write Haiku. Of course I am not literature expert or more familiar with writing Haiku than most commoners are to but I have my fair share of Haiku written down.

As you know Haiku consist out of a sheme of syllables, in the form of 5, 7. 5.

This restriction makes it relatoivly hard to say what you want within the Haiku, another restriction is that Haiku generally should be descriptions of nature. (Of course I am not sticking to that rule, blame me if you want.)

As an example one of my Haiku:

Petal


Small and fragile,
blooming to the fullest,
delicate petal.

- Yuki (24.04.08)

As you can see it has the correct theme but does not stick to the general rule of 5, 7, 5. It is 5, 6, 6. A fault of mine failing to find the appropriate words but I guess it makes it clear.

For more reference sme more links:

- teaching Yuki


or more easily: " 5, 7 and 5, syllables mark a haiku, remarkable oaf "
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