Haiku to You (#1 of More to Come)

Learning of the nearby ukiaHaiku Festival, definitely peaked my interest over something I had long wanted to investigate.  Haiku AND Ukiah — I like it already, just based on the wittiness of it all!  I have yet to actually go to the festival, or send in any entries, but a girl can dream, can’t she?

As I understand it, there are various rules and criteria for writing a traditional Japanese Haiku poem.  Of course modern times, and other cultures, have expanded on that tradition. The only Haiku rule that I seem to follow is to use the pattern of a set of three lines in five-seven-five syllable combination.  Here’s a wee example describing the beginning of my day today:

morse code on roof top
pitter-patter from Heaven
rhythmic dreams awake

morning noise loud roar
slipper-footed lightly step
daily news in sight

life beginning fresh
all the same but not quite real
eternal present

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Is this part of the haiku 

by Maggie Begley?)

…It is if you pronounce it right!  🙂

I’m an amateur of course, being so, I have loads more where that came from, but just this one to offer you today…Wanna try your own?  Go ahead, it’s fun!

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2 Responses to Haiku to You (#1 of More to Come)

  1. Renee says:

    When my kids studied Haiku – I never really “got it”. Yours if the favorite Haiku poem I have ever read!


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