Haiku Poem

A Haiku poem consists of 17 syllables, 5 in the first line, 7 in the middle line, and 5 in the last line. Haiku's usually have a nature theme and consist of a seasonal reference. Haiku's are easier than some poems to write because you don't need to have anything rhyme. Although they are easy because they don't have many requirements, they can be challenging because of the specific amount of syllables you need to use. Haiku's are hard to be specific with, so they don't always make sense, but they are very short poems to write.

By: Andrei Popa

Floating through the air
Fluttering from bloom to bloom
Drifts flits, glides to me.