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A traditional Japanese poem that has 3 lines and usually deals with Nature.1st line is 5 syllables, 2nd line is 7 syllables, 3rd line is 5 syllables
Here Is A Poem To Help You Remember I am first with five Then seven in the middle Five again to end
Let’s Interpret Some Haikus Green and speckled legs Hop on logs and lily pads Splash in cool water Who am I????
Guess Who I Am! In a pouch I grow On a Southern Continent Strange creatures I know
A Quote From Harry Potter How many times will We be able to witness A dragon hatching? -- Ron Weasley
So you see……. • Haikus can be about anything • They don’t always rhyme • It’s not just the Japanese that write them