2 A.M Haiku

Earthling moon~~

The sound of dreams

In my head ..

50 thoughts on “2 A.M Haiku

    1. Haiku are written in the present tense, in ordinary language, and work particularly well when two different images are used spark off each other.

      It’s good to include one or more of the senses such as sound, smell, taste or touch, and not just what we can see.

      Haiku don’t tell, or merely describe, they allow the reader to enter the poem in their own way.

      Haiku are ideal for non-fiction observations as a kind of short-hand for remembering events or incidents.

      They can be therapeutic and they exercise both the right and the left side of the brain.

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