Oct 2, 2014

Teacher Asks Students to Write Haikus, This Kid Wins

student writes funny haiku for class Teacher Asks Students to Write Haikus, This Kid Wins

 

I think this might be / Quite possibly the greatest / Haiku of all time

When a class of schoolchildren were asked to write haikus, this sassy submission was the clear-cut winner. Step aside ‘haikus are easy / but sometimes they don’t make sense / refrigerator‘ a new champion has been crowned.

A haiku is a short form of Japanese poetry that consists of three phrases/lines of: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables. For more language related posts, click here!

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