What’s a Haiku, you ask? What an excellent question!
A Haiku is a poem that first appeared in the 16th century. It is very popular in Japan. Short in nature, Haikus are generally three lines, with a total of 17 syllables. The first line has five, the second seven, and the third five again.
The Haiku usually describes a moment in time, a sensation, or an impression of a specific event. You do not tell a story with a Haiku, but rather create the feelings that are associated with an event. With your words, the reader will form an image of what that event was like.
It sounds like you are
working on a homework ass-
ignment. Get busy!
Let’s start again, shall we? You are charming and I’m sure you would never plagiarize anyone’s work or hack into anyone’s accounts. Thanks for your comments on this post. Let’s see…a haiku from a child’s point of view:
School starting today
Glad to see my friends, but I
really hate homework.