You probably already know roughly what haiku is—a Japanese form of poetry that roughly follows a pattern of 5-7-5 syllables (or, more technically, morae)—but you might not be aware of some of the more subtle constraints of this exceptionally restrained style of poetry. Five syllables here Seven more syllables there Are you happy now? (anonymous […]
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