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  1. Haiku Poetry Writing

  2. Haiku The sudden storm’s dead… petals from the dogwood tree on the still pond. Teaching 10 Fabulous Forms of Poetry Paul B. Janeczko

  3. Haiku • Count the number of syllables in each line. • How many syllables are in each line? • What sensory imagery is being capture in the haiku? • What mood is created? How do you know?

  4. Haiku All summer long days bask in the warm sun on a sea of green. Teaching 10 Fabulous Forms of Poetry Paul B. Janeczko

  5. Haiku • Count the number of syllables in each line. • How many syllables are in each line? • What sensory imagery is being capture in the haiku? • What mood is created? How do you know?

  6. Haiku The cold hands creep as the minutes drag along in the silent house. Teaching 10 Fabulous Forms of Poetry Paul B. Janeczko

  7. Haiku • Count the number of syllables in each line. • How many syllables are in each line? • What sensory imagery is being capture in the haiku? • What mood is created? How do you know?

  8. Haiku • What sensory image do you want to appeal to? • Sight? Sound? Taste? Touch? Smell? • Write a sentence appealing to ONE of those sensory images. • Edit and/or revise the sentence to make sure you are hinting to a season and appealing to sensory images. • Rewrite your sentence.

  9. Haiku • Change any words that don’t fit in syllables or imagery. • Write your sentence in three lines as a haiku. • Count your syllables to make sure they equal four, nine, and five. • Revise the poem once more for syllables and appeal to sensory images. • What mood did you create?