wind haiku #napowrimo #haiku day

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Happy Haiku Day! If you’re new to writing a haiku, it’s pretty simple. It’s three lines. The first line is 5 syllables, the second line is 7 syllables, and the last line is 5 syllables. Haiku is a Japanese literary structure that celebrates nature. Haiku has inspired people worldwide. The structure remains the same however the themes vary are diverse as the people who write them. It’s fun to write and it’s often a challenge to stay within the parameters of syllable and line structure while still making sense.

Try writing a haiku today and share in the comments below!

Keep writing, Keep reaching for the sky!~

 

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