Haiku Friends formed in the blossom of Spring 2009 with the aim of each contributor writing a Haiku a week

So what is a Haiku?

One Dictionary describes it as;

haiku |ˈhīˌkoō; ˌhīˈkoō|

noun ( pl. same or -kus )

a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

an English imitation of this.

ORIGIN Japanese, contracted form of haikai no ku ‘light verse.’

Or perhaps I can describe it in Haiku form;

What Is A Haiku?

Japanese In Origin

They Are Short Thought Rides

Or Maybe

What’s A Haiku For?

It’s The Joy Of The Journey

It’s Learning To See

We hope you enjoy our Haiku

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Thank You

C F Garner



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