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Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. It is best to stick to 17 syllables or less; but even that is not a golden rule. Read More
Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. It is best to stick to 17 syllables or less; but even that is not a golden rule. Read More
Ultra Modern Haiku can be adapted to any theme, unlike Japanese-style haiku. As a long-time horror fans, one of my favourite themes has always been the Vampire Haiku! Read More
Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. It can cover any subject, including horror and vampire themes. Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of vampire and horror verses. Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of vampire and horror verses. Read More
Vampire, Horror, science-fiction, mystery, romance are all legitimate themes for haiku verse. Despite what some know-nothings insist! Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of vampire and horror verses. Read More
Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. Remember the important thing about Haiku is the feel of the poem, not guidelines others try to force upon you. Read More
Horror is not just enjoyable at Halloween. It can be enjoyed all year round. Read More
Haiku can be on any subject. Certainly there is no reason why it should not cover horror and vampire themes. Read More
Despite what many claim, haiku is not a tradition form, only going back a few centuries. As such there are NO set rules to haiku writing: They do NOT have to be untitled (as a writing teacher once told me, “If you don’t care enough about your work to title… Read More
Despite what many claim, haiku is not a tradition form, only going back a few centuries. As such there are NO set rules to haiku writing: They do NOT have to be untitled (as a writing teacher once told me, “If you don’t care enough about your work to title… Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of vampire and horror verses. Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of vampire and horror verses. Read More
“This Land of Death” and “I Am Called Death” were my first 2 haiku, written the same day in May 1973. I believe they both stand up well after nearly 38 years. Read More
Despite the false rules some people lay down, haiku can be titled or untitled, one, two, three, or four lines in length. Although three lines is the most common form. Read More
Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. It is best to stick to 17 syllables or less; but even that is not a golden rule. And the most common form has 3 lines. Read More
As long as you make a short, sharp statement with each haiku, the theme can be anything. In this collection I have given a mixture of science-fiction and horror verses. Read More
Despite what the know-it-alls think, there are minimal rules to writing haiku. It is best to stick to 17 syllables or less; but even that is not a golden rule. Read More
Although were are well past Halloween, here are some nice, creepy horror Haiku. Read More
Haiku is a modern(-ish) poetry style which has no solid rules yet, only guidelines. Japanese haiku have a 5-7-5 or 3-5-3 syllable structure and are always about nature. Neither of these are requirements in English or any western language. Read More
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