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Tuesday
Jan162018

Haiku review competition

Can you do a haiku review?

Share a review of what you've been reading in haiku and be in the running for a $20 Book Face voucher. 

So... what is the structure of a haiku poem?                                  3 lines and 17 syllables, each line with a set number of syllables

Line 1 - 5 syllables - The darkness darkened.

Line 2 - 7 syllables - Oh, the horror, the horror.

Line 3 - 5 syllables - It was horrible.

Our inspiration (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad) taken from One Hundred Great Books in Haiku by David Baker.

Email entries to portlib@mnclibrary.org.au or drop in to a branch. Entries close 20th of the month. Winning entry will be announced and shared in Library's monthly eNewsletter.

And may the best haiku win...

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