Writing Prompt: Summer Haiku

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Writing Prompt: Summer Haiku

Writing prompt School is starting soon; for many students, "back to school" is this week. Let's start the school year with a poetry writing prompt...

Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry in which the first line has 5 syllables, the second has 7 syllables, and the third has 5 syllables, for a total of 17 syllables.

Write a Haiku about something you saw or experienced during the summer months. Here's an example: Space Walk.

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Summer haiku. We get one thing or the other.
Posted by Janee, Aug 25, 2008
A Haiku about one of the worst parts of the summer of 2008.
Posted by Michael K, Aug 25, 2008
Hiking trip
Posted by Nate Churchill, Aug 24, 2008
Haiku about the wide open space and eerie silence at the top of Tumbledown Mountain in Weld, Maine
Posted by Douglas, Aug 24, 2008
What happens when summer arrives and all the tv shows are in reruns
Posted by Rabbit Stu, Aug 25, 2008
The summer always makes me think of the ocean.
Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Aug 31, 2008
Haiku describes what happens when toes meet cold water of oceans.
Posted by Ferdinand, Aug 24, 2008
Posted by Scribbler, Aug 24, 2008
Sumer is fun Fall is back to work
Posted by R. Wesley Lovil, Aug 24, 2008

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