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Seven Vivid Haiku Poems

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Rozlin loves composing poems and sharing them with her readers. She pours her heart in her every write up.

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What is Haiku?

Haiku is a short Japanese poem. It is traditionally written in three lines. A complete poem contains seventeen syllables. Line 1 has five syllables. Line 2 has seven syllables and Line 3 has five syllables. Haiku traditionally evokes an image of the world.

Tips on How to Compose a Haiku?

  • To write a haiku poem, get inspired by gazing the nature. Nature is full of life and divinity.
  • Appreciate the moment.
  • Remember the pattern. Line one should describe one thing. Line two should state about another thing. Line three should mention the connection between the two things.
  • Grammar, punctuation and rhyme is not mandatory. It is up to the author.
  • Beauty of nature or anything besides nature you want to describe in a haiku can be done using simple words.
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Peaceful is the shore.

Sea waves hit the shore with foam.

Feel satisfaction.


Dark is the night.

Its Sleeping time soul knows.

Sick mind won’t.

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Golden sunset.

Blue sky is disappearing.

Moon is to rise.

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Waves hit rocks.

Rocks shakes and erodes.

Wounds disappear.

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Busy roads ON.

Every morning and evening.

Cars rush for same aim.


Balcony ledge.

two doves were sitting on.

I came close, they flew.


Oranges, lemons.

Citrus fruits are many.

Pure vitamin C.

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