(400 Haiku Poetry Ready)
Haiku in English Language is a very short Poem which impresses listeners.
It’s a Japanese famous Poetry. A Haiku in the English language is often written in three short lines and read out aloud in about six seconds. Haiku is a world’s shortest poem consisting of just 17 syllables, also called morae or morae. Total Three line poem. First line 5 words (words are called syllables or morae), second line 7 words, Third line 5 words).
Haiku is famous in Japan. Today, Haiku Societies exist in Japan, the United States, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, London, Scotland, Australia, Sri Lanka and almost haiku in use in English speaking countries viz., Germany, Sweden, France, Mexico, The Netherlands, the Balkan countries and Russia, and in few countries in the world.
Almost, Haiku (comes from a ‘first verse’ called hokku) is cherished in 50 Countries in the World. One of them is Croatia.
How to write Haiku poem: A haiku is a short three line poem that uses sensory language to capture a feeling or image. Haiku poetry was originally developed by Japanese poets. People are often inspired by nature a moment of beauty, or poignant experience. To write a haiku, start by brainstorming ideas for the poem. Then, write the poem with strong details and detailed imagery. Make sure you polish the haiku and listen to how it sounds out loud so it is at its best. A haiku expresses a single feeling or impression and contains three unrhymed lines of five, seven and five syllables, respectively.
What are haiku? A hai means ‘unusual’ and ku means ‘verse’ or ‘strophe’. So haiku are, literally, unusual verses.
Example-1: Go for a walk in nature: Many haikus are inspired by objects in the natural world, such as trees, rocks, mountains and flowers. To get ideas for your poem, take a walk I a part nearby or go for a hike in the woods. To head to the mountain trail or a body of water like a river, lake, or beach. Spend some time in nature and observe, it is so you can get ideas for the poem.
Example – 2: Focus on a season or seasonal event or on a natural Nature’s beauty or Nature’s water-falls and mountains: Haikus can also be about a season, viz. fall, spring, winter or summer. You can also focus on a natural event that happens at a certain time of year, such as the blooming of the cherry blossom, trees in your neighborhood.
•Seasonal haikus often focus on a specific detail about he season, naming the season in the poem. Writing about a season can be a fun away for you to describe a particular detail you love about that time of year.
Example – 3: Choose a person or object as your subject: Haikus do not all have to be about nature or the seasons. You can also choose a particular person or object or love or beauty, as inspiration for the poem. May be you want to write a funny haiku about you god. Or perhaps you want to write a thoughtful haiku about your childhood toy.
•Try to only focus on one person or one object or one specific subject in the poem. Haikus are short and you may not have enough space in three lines to write every thought you have about the person or object of on nature or love etc.
Writing a haiku requires intense effort but the poem is well worth it. It is easy to feel a sense of perfection when viewing a perfectly formed Haiku.
Mantri Mark has 400 Haiku poetry kept ready, and are in the present tense.
This Haiku poetry could well be utilized in Movies/TV serial plays, Radio. Also, many Advertisement Companies, throughout the world, in almost all the major countries, use the contents of this selected Haiku Poetry as Labels for various products that are manufactured. Even the Advt. Labels, are used as main captions for the finished goods.
The short and sweet poetry consisting of three line poem, (5+7+5=17 words/syllables/morae), is the highlight of this Haiku, which is now well in demand in all the major Countries.
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