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How to Write a Haiku
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Haiku often have a total of 17 syllables and usually have three lines:
Write your own Haiku below. First, think of a scene in nature or a moment in time that made a deep impression upon you. Then think of words that describe it. The words in a Haiku do not have to rhyme and you don't have to write in complete sentences, but do make sure to have 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second, and five syllables in the last. Briefly describe your scene in the first two lines. In the third line, express your thoughts about the essence of the topic.
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