International Haiku Poetry Day is on 17 April. This year it coincides with Easter Sunday. Haiku poetry is not rhymed and it consists of 3 lines of 17 syllables in total, with the lines having 5, 7, 5 syllables. We are celebrating by publishing one Haiku per day for the few days around International Haiku Poetry Day. Enjoy! And maybe have a go at writing your own….
Haiku very much for Japanese verse forms (and of course The Scaffold) Harry Gallagher