June 1-30 Challenge – Day 17 – Seventeen Syllables

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Day 17 Seventeen Syllables

“June 17, 1971.  The Okinawa Reversion Agreement was signed. This agreement between the United States and Japan returned control of Okinawa to Japan.

A Haiku is a traditional Japanese form of poetry. It is three lines: the first and third lines have five syllables each and the second line has seven syllables for a total of seventeen syllables. They are often about nature.

Write a Haiku. Please include a picture that illustrates your poem”.

June 1-30 Challenge – Day 17 – Seventeen Syllables

“Haiku Poetry” in English is created by a vision it must paint a mental image in the writer/reader’s mind, which is 5 syllables for the first line, 7 for the second, and 5 for the third.

Here’s my Haiku Poetry

The snail slithers up

Holding on tight to the ledge

Only just made it.

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