- haiku (n.)
- 1900, from Japanese haiku, telescoped (supposedly in the late nineteenth century, by the poet Shiki) from haikai no ku "jocosity of verse," originally the name of the opening lines of a type of improvised, witty linked verse. The form developed mid-16c. "Traditionally, there is mention of a season of the year somewhere in a haiku, as a means of establishing the poem's tone, though this may be only the slightest suggestion." [Miller Williams, "Patterns of Poetry," Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 1986].
- 1. A Haiku is just a description of a scene.
- 2. The first line of a Haiku has five syllables.
- 3. Let's look at the 5 - 7 - 5 pattern of Haiku.
- 让我们看一下haiku的 5-7-5 模式吧!
- 4. There are numerous contests for haiku, some sponsored by the about societies.
- 还有很多俳句竞赛, 有的是由上面这些会社举办的.
- 5. The haiku contest isn't the only event linked to the meeting.
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