A selection of three Haiku to enjoy over a brew and biscuit, which should take you approximately three minutes for each.
- One minute to read
- One minute to ponder
- And one minute to decipher
For those readers who aren’t familiar with Haiku, they are a Japanese short form of poetry consisting of five syllables in the first line, seven in the second and five in the final. Although we traditionally classify the 5-7-5 pattern as syllables, they are often referred to ‘on’ or ‘morae’ in Japan, which can lead to a different syllabic pattern.
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