Sunday, April 08, 2012

photo: Martin G. Wienert; Langen Foundation near Neuss



spring morning
a bird tries to copy
a bird next to it

(AW, April 2012)






8 comments:

Stephanie said...

I'm reading the haiku's in English, and some of them seem to not fit the 5, 7, 5 syllable pattern. Are they originally written in a different language? Regardless, I love reading them!!

haiku-shelf said...

Hello! Thank you very much for your comment and your kind words about my haiku.

I write freestyle-haiku (most of the time) but I love 5-7-5 haiku too. Freestyle haiku (3-5-3 or 4-6-5 or 2-2-2 or ...) are very common today.

Stephanie said...

Aha! That makes more sense now... I've never thought about writing them with less than 5,7,5. Thank you for the clarification (and inspiration)!(:

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this angelika
john

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haiku-shelf said...

Thank you, John!

Best wishes,
Angelika

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