Days of Late

“My days of late are
mostly filled with love of friends.
I am so happy.”


Haiku is the sashimi of poetry. Seventeen syllables channeling the essence of sound and meaning.

A traditional Japanese form now popular around the world, Haiku come with a preset structure: three lines containing five, seven, and five syllables, respectively or, in more modern haiku, three lines following a long-short-long pattern.

For inspiration, I looked to the Haiku Society of America website offers enormous collections of haiku. I also use a handy online syllable counter.

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