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Haiku Poems About Poop - Aka "Hai-Poo”

Sandra is an artist and stay at home mom. In the last couple years she has started to use her creativity writing poems about poop.

Hai-Poo #1

Poop in the toilet.

Flushing down to the sewer.

Now decomposing.

Hai-Poo #2...HaHa, I Said #2!

Stomach is cramping.

Sweat is dripping off my brow.

Where is the latrine.

Art Created by Sandra Holt

Art Created by Sandra Holt

Rules for Writing Haiku

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. How Many Total Sylables are in a Haiku?
    • 16
    • 17
    • 21
  2. How Many Lines are in a Haiku?
    • 2
    • 5
    • 3
  3. How Many Syllables are in Each Line?
    • Line 1 - 5 / Line 2 - 7 / Line 3 - 5
    • Line 1 - 7 / Line 2 - 5 / Line 3 - 7
    • Line 1 - 3 / Line 2 - 5 / Line 3 - 7
  4. Does a Haiku have Punctuation Guidelines?
    • Yes - Very Strict
    • No - It's up to the Poet
  5. Does a Haiku have to Rhyme?
    • No - but it is up to the Poet
    • Yes - No Rhymes, No Haiku
  6. A Haiku is Generally Written to Celebrate Nature, True Or False?
    • False
    • True

Answer Key

  1. 17
  2. 3
  3. Line 1 - 5 / Line 2 - 7 / Line 3 - 5
  4. No - It's up to the Poet
  5. No - but it is up to the Poet
  6. True

Comments

Sandra Holt (author) from Grand Rapids, Michigan on July 02, 2018:

Love the Hai-Poo Bill! Thanks for commenting!

Bill Yovino on July 01, 2018:

Dinner in a rush

Horrible bloating and gas

Went to White Castle

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