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Haiku Poems. Haiku poems are Japanese and contain only 3 lines. The poems are used to paint a picture in the readers mind. Each line has a certain number of syllables. . The first line of every haiku has 5 syllables The second contains 7 syllables. The final line contains 5 syllables.

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Haiku poems are Japanese and contain only 3 lines.
  • The poems are used to paint a picture in the readers mind.
  • Each line has a certain number of syllables.
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The first line of every haiku has 5 syllables
  • The second contains 7 syllables.
  • The final line contains 5 syllables.
  • This forms a 5,7,5 pattern.
  • Haikus are usually about nature.
summer s gone
Summer’s gone

The leaves fell slowly

The leaves fell slow-ly

To the unforgiving ground

To the un-for-giv-ing ground

Too soon – summer’s gone!

Too soon – sum-mer’s gone!

5 7 5

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Green and speckled legs

Hops on logs and lily-pads

Splash in cool water

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In a pouch I grow

On a southern continent

Strange creatures I know.

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NOW MAKE YOUR OWN!
        • Pick an animal.
          • Write a haiku about the animal you picked.

Pick a season (Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring)

Write a Haiku about the season you picked.