haiku


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an epigrammatic Japanese verse form of three short lines

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Lo curioso es que despues, poco a poco, las mujeres comenzaron a figurar cada vez menos en el mundo del haiku, finalmente hubo un repunte en el siglo XX.
This is one of the haikus in Jesmond resident Keith Jewitt's new book, In a Magpie's Eye: The Jesmond Year in Haiku.
Gracie Starkey, 14, beat 18,248 entries to be the first non-Japanese winner of the English haiku category in a contest run by green tea firm Ito En.
She takes simple, not particularly interesting or appealing subjects and turns them into art and then adds a little haiku poem for flavor.
We wrote hundreds of haikus to each other--it was super-gay and super-impractical, but it worked because I was in no way ready to be in a "real" relationship.
We were going over a haiku before you came in," Fee said.
Moore's Haiku" how Moore's haiku employ the "juxtaposition of images" known as "internal comparison" (153).
As we shall see later, he returns to this notion of contrast through his creation of haiku.
Hakutani analyzes the haiku of Richard Wright, better known for his works Native Son and Black Boy.
com)-- Haiku Designs welcomes a new season by offering a better way to sleep and a keener way to wake with an alternative form of spring-cleaning.
From the Hazaristan With Haiku Body and a Yellow Mandela
TWISTING ALONG BOTH SIDES of the Uretara Stream, the Katikati Haiku Pathway is a peaceful spot giving locals and tourists alike a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the New Zealand mural town.
Ninja Mouse Haiku" is a creative combo of haiku in both English and Japanese and imaginative sequenced illustrations of a heroic mouse character who is equally proficient at appreciating each changing season's gifts of nature and using martial arts to defend the weak or helpless.
The Haiku poem is a kind of classical poetry, composed by strict rules: it has 17 syllables divided into three lines (5, 7, 5 syllables), the obligatory presence of a word called kigo showing the season, directly or alluded, usually located in the first line, and the use of a word caesura (kireji).