Day 8 of #napowrimo Haiku is a Japanese form of Poetry which now has become widely popular, specially among the English poets. The traditional Japanese form is a 17 syllable poem which has three lines with the first and the last line each having 5 syllables and the 2nd line carrying 7 syllables.
There has been a lot of debate on whether to follow the 5-7-5 structure in English Haikus or not. There are obviously inherent differences in both the languages (Japanese and English) and hence some poets label it as a ‘traditional misunderstanding’ to carry the 5-7-5 form in English. So, may be it is better to just work with the short, concise wording and a reference to nature; the elements of a traditional Haiku. Well, since poets are the only governing bodies of their poems, we can do pretty much what we want with our poems. . . . @mirakee@writersnetwork#writersnetwork#mirakee#napowrimo#napowrimo2020#writerscommunity#poetry#poems#haiku#haikupoem#poetrycommunity
pakhi1738 Now I can't stop thinking about what if it was real! I am a total supernatural freak. Witches, Vampires, Werewolves, Angels, Demons, Shape shifters, Purgatory, Heaven, Hell, limbo and everything in between.
arcanepoetry3@pakhi1738 that’s awesome & you should just continue to research. Always remember that our brains are only tuned in to the frequency we choose to see. & that our eyes don’t really see everything that’s going on around us. 3D is rather limited, but in higher dimensions rules change instantaneously. Meditating also helps with everything too if you’re into that
pakhi1738Makes sense. That 3D and higher dimensions point though. Let me guess, you too are a science student or you are just super into science fiction