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The haiku, with poetry’s most strict and pure rules, is the perfect guarantee that Winter follows Autumn. A razor thin layer of glass clear ice, the last leaf letting go of its branches, a nearly imperceptible pause between seasons. Seventeen flawless syllables fused with a captivating picture that speaks a thousand words.



 

With seventeen syllables, the Haiku is the perfect form to express anything. It’s strict form frees the mind to meditate on the subject on hand, if only for a tiny bit. This is a collection of thoughts on nature, weather and entertainment and captures the moment in three lines.


 


With seventeen syllables, the Haiku is the perfect form to express anything. It’s strict form frees the mind to meditate on the subject on hand, if only for a tiny bit. This is a collection of thoughts on nature, weather and entertainment and captures the moment in three lines.




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