Haiku for Mother Nature

Posted on Nobyembre 7, 2010


paradise_wow Haiku is another type of poetry that anyone can write it. Haiku poetry has no title – it depends on the theme or subject of the poem used by the author.

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Haiku was previously called Hokku. At the end of the 19th century Masaoka Shiki, who was a Japanese writer was the one who gave its name to Haiku. The main difference of Japanese Haiku with the English Haiku is the subject. In Japanese traditional Haiku takes aspects of the natural world as their subject matter, while the English Haiku deals with any subject matter. Japanese Haiku is written in three phrases of 5, 7, and 5 syllables.

Thanks to Wikipedia/Wikimedia for the photos I used here. 


Nature’s elements:
Animals, trees and mountains
Man, the highest form.

Oil Spills

Ample oil spills
Pollute the sea and ocean
Death of birds and fish.


Illegal logging
Impels a mountain to plunge
And submerge vast land.


Filthy air we breathe
Destroys the environment
Too bad for our health.

Global warming

Toxic chemicals:
Carbon, Methane and Ozone
Cause Global Warming.

Anyone can master this type of poetry. It is written in three phrases with 17 syllables only. There’s an art and intelligence to it like any poetry. It will depend on the writer on how he would inject arts, beauty and intelligence on the poem.

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