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Poetry: Haiku

An old, silent pond…

A frog jumps in the water

Splash! Silence again.

A haiku consists of three lines. The first and last lines have 5 syllables and the second line (middle) has seven syllables (5-7-5).

Normally haikus are about life or nature. They can also be about any environmental topic that you wish. I challenge everyone to write a haiku and post it below. Have fun!

By Grace Gurr

Photo Credits: Leapfrogit.com

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