Haiku is a classical japanese poetry form with a rich history, but this isn't
a history lesson. The standard haiku format is a triplet of lines containing
five, seven, and five syllables per respective line. When haiku is done well,
it can be very good. You probably won't find any of that here. When haiku
is done poorly, it can be very very bad. You can view a random
haiku from our extensive database using one of two options, "haiku straight-up" presents a haiku as god and nature intended while "scrambled haiku" patches together monstrosities from three different haikus. You can also enter
your own haikus into our database.
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