Haiku

Haiku is a very short Japanese poetry. It is a type of poem that does not have rhymes, and was created and adapted from Japan. It is made with 17 syllables, with three lines of patterns of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. Haiku poems were first appeared in Japan at 700 years ago, with a name hokku. The name was change in the 19th century by the writer Masaoka Shiki. It became popular by spreading to western until 19th century.

My Garden

by Ron Song

My Little Duckling

Swims at my beautiful pond

With full of flowers

Over at my pond,

There is a small little tree

Standing on my yard

Cherry blossom bloom,

And it softly falls to ground

Below the sunlight