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#1/100 Days Of Creativity: I Do A Haiku

July 7, 2016

 One of the primary methods of maintaining creative fire is to unleash that poet within. You can do this exercise as a family.


Your first day of creativity is all about creating a haiku. What is a haiku?


A haiku is a form of poetry that follows these simple rules:


3 lines

Line 1: 5 syllables

Line 2: 7 syllables

Line 3: 5 syllables


The 5-7-5 is the only rule. The poem doesn't have to rhyme. 


Your task on Day 1 is to create a haiku on the following 5 subjects:



The best part of your day

Wonderful Memory




My Daughter created a sample haiku on garbage:


Stinky Stinky Stuff (5 syllables)

In A Black Can With A Lid (7 Syllables)

It does not smell nice (5 syllables)


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