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Haiku Collection
27. July 2019 at 11:54
A haiku is traditionally a Japanese poem consisting of three short lines that do not rhyme. A haiku is considered to be more than a type of poem; it is a way of looking at the physical world and seeing something deeper, like the very nature of existence. It should leave the reader with a strong feeling or impression. Take a look at the following examples of traditional and modern haiku poems to see what we mean.

Water was necessary.

"Boom!!"

A red river flowed.

   ****

She screams.

Then she cries.

The world smiles.

  ****       

Addicted to drug.

Nothing could heal.

She was the only cure.

   ****

Letters were written.

One, two....thousand times.

Never found the address.

   ****

Rain poured on.

The nature was alive.

Dead by chainsaw.

   ****

The baby cries.

At the center of everything.

The crows only watch.

   ****

I look towards her.

She looks towards me.

But we never see each other.

   ****

Our Equation was simple.

Wanted to solve.

But the root came imaginary.

   ****

Felt a surge of pain.

Then lighter than a quill.

I was free.

  ****

Cheated, betrayed, mistrusted, broken,

Dead.....

Yet it goes on...



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Cite This Article As: Md. Imroz Shahriar Shaik. "Haiku Collection." International Youth Journal, 27. July 2019.

Link To Article: https://youth-journal.org/haiku-collection





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