Clouds come from time to time-
and bring a men chance to rest
from looking at the moon.
Poetry is a mindfulness in its most exquisite form. It is integral part of human nature and therefore is a sort of celebration of life in all its manifestations. Especially haiku, an “instant” form of poetry, focusing on the world around us and fostering each moment of life.
As a form of poetry, haiku originated first in Japan and later became popular in other regions. Haiku poets write short poems, consisting of only 17 syllables. In Japan these poems are valued for their simplicity, openness, depth and lightness.
In original Japanese form the structural rules are:
- use exactly 17 syllables
- syllables are arranged in three lines of 5-7-5
- similes and metaphors are avoided
- refers to a season of the year.
Haiku poems can describe anything, but mostly they are a…