"Tulang Haiku" Essays and Research Papers

  • Tulang Haiku

    Seasons: The Circle of the Life Haiku is a popular form of poem in Japan. It is an unrhymed writing and because the content is very brief, usually only three lines for a complete poem, it is necessarily imagistic to create a vivid picture of the nature and seasons. Matsuo Basho, a famous haiku poet in Japan, mastered this form of poem and the poem “Four Haiku” is one of his writing. In this poem, we can easily see the change of life, from the beginning to the end, through many images of nature...

    Haiku, Kigo, Matsuo Bashō 1080  Words | 3  Pages

  • Haiku Poems Haiku

    hai·ku  (hk) n. pl. haiku also hai·kus 1. A Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons. 2. A poem written in this form. [Japanese : hai, amusement (from Middle Chinese bij, pha·j) + ku, sentence (from Middle Chinese kuh).] Examples of Haiku Poems Haiku poems date from 9th century Japan to the present day. Haiku is more than a type of poem; it is a way of looking at the physical world...

    Haiku, Hokku, Kigo 891  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lesson Plan in Haiku

    Plan in Haiku for Grade 8 (Semi-Detailed) I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to: A. Tell what a haiku poem is B. Distinguish the different characteristics of haiku poems C. Recognize the masters/poets of haiku through their works D. Read haiku poems with correct feelings, emotions and pronunciations E. Produce their own kind of haiku poetry F. Appreciate the art of haiku as the reflection of Japanese culture II. Subject Matter: Haiku Poetry ...

    Haikai, Haiku, Japanese poetry 1142  Words | 5  Pages

  • Understanding Haibun and Haiku Poetry Through Basho’s “Hiraizumi”

    Understanding Haibun and Haiku Poetry through Basho’s “Hiraizumi” “Poetry is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal which the reader recognizes as his own.” ~Salvatore Quasimodo Basho’s travel journals, purportedly the earliest examples of haibun, a mix of prose and haiku, are often cited important reading for serious students of the form. They showed readers his Japan in a way that was both personal and that allowed us to share his journey, as if...

    Cloistered rule, Fujiwara clan, Fujiwara no Kamatari 823  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Approach to Basho’s Haiku: Principle and Western Ideas

    Approach To Basho’s Haiku: Principle and Western Ideas Ordinarily, it is mostly common for readers new to haiku, particularly Basho’s haiku, to find it immensely difficult to understand. Substantially, it is for good reasons to find difficulty with Basho‘s haiku. For one, it forms a mental images in the readers mind arousing… An Approach to Basho’s Haiku: Principles and Western Ideas Ordinarily, it is mostly common for readers new to haiku, particularly Basho’s haiku, to find it immensely...

    Aesthetics, Haiku, Kenneth Yasuda 1574  Words | 5  Pages

  • Haiku

    Maryam Nasibzadeh/881131464 2013 Japanese Haiku vs. Western Haiku World Literature Master: Dr. Ali akbari Introduction Haiku is a form of poetry which concerns the relation between nature and its link to human condition, and is expressed in the smallest of literary fragments. A poem, which traditionally consists of only 17 syllables arranged in 3 lines of 5, 7, 5, is written in extreme briefness but makes clear statement and imagery to capture the moment. Originally...

    Haiku, Haiku in English, Hokku 4031  Words | 12  Pages

  • Matsuo Basho Essay

    difficult for Westerners to fully appreciate the technical sophistication of Japanese Haiku, either from a technical or thematic point of view. The obvious obstacles in translating Haiku into English combined with cultural differences and linguistic eccentricities such as slang or puns, make the translation of haiku even more formidable than it would otherwise be. Settling on a single English translation of any particular haiku can prove troublesome; however, the brevity of the form, combined with its visceral...

    Alliteration, Assonance, Caesura 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • Eng 11

    Quote: “The fog comes on little cat feet.” Question: Why was he so captivated with the fog? 3. “An Old Pond” by Matsuo Basho Comment: The different English translations of the haiku are very creative. Though it only means one thing, it’s impressive how these different poets translated the Japanese haiku according to their own taste/personality/attitude. Fun fact: This is probably the most famous poem in Japan. (Bopsecrets.org, 2013) Quote: “The old pond-a frog jumps in, kerplunk.” ...

    American poets, Carl Sandburg, Concrete poetry 647  Words | 3  Pages

  • Matsuo Basho: Nature's Meaning

    villiage’s emotions of his departure with the use of nature agian. He writes, “When I disembarked at a place called Senju… standing at the crossroads of the illusory world, I wept at the parting.” Basho then illustrates his thoughts of the leaving with a haiku: “Spring going-/ birds crying and tears/ in the eyes of the fish.” The symbolic image of nature allows the reader to convey multiple meanings of his emotions at the time. One, with the knowledge of lines prior, can arrive at the image of “birds crying...

    Emotion, Feeling, Haiku 1327  Words | 4  Pages

  • Aesthetic Analysis

    had never seen. The feelings of excitement and joy and longing for the jewels she had overwhelmed the Mayans. The next piece(s) we will be looking at is another example of art literature in the form of Haiku poetry. The Haiku is a short syllable poem capturing a brief moment in time. An American Haiku author named Richard Wright writes “ A falling petal falls, strikes one floating on a pond, and they both sink.” He describes a brief moment in time that came just as quick as it went and he was awestruck...

    Art, Emotion, Film 1782  Words | 4  Pages

  • History of Haiku

    scholars believe were originally written as part of the pre-Buddhist or early Shinto ceremonial rituals (Haiku). This anthology includes anonymous songs and prayers designed to celebrate and pacify the gods, prayers for safe voyages, formal eulogies on the death of an Emperor or Empress and courting, marriage, planting and harvesting rituals. <br><br>The 5 syllable, 7 syllable, 5 syllable haiku has evolved and been reinvented many times over the centuries. One such form is the 31 syllable waka composed...

    Haikai, Haiku, Japanese poetry 479  Words | 2  Pages

  • Japanese poetry

    socio-political history. Japanese poetry forms Since the middle of the 19th century, the major forms of Japanese poetry have been tanka (the modern name for waka), haiku and shi or western-style poetry. Today, the main forms of Japanese poetry include both experimental poetry and poetry that seeks to revive traditional ways. Poets writing in tanka, haiku and shi may seldom write poetry other than in their specific chosen form, although some active poets are eager to collaborate with poets in other genres....

    Haiku, Heian period, History of Japan 6065  Words | 24  Pages

  • Yeah

    mainly wooden, and tatami were only used as seating for the highest aristocrats It is said that prior to the mid-16th century, the ruling nobility and samurai slept on tatami or woven mats called goza, while commoners used straw mats Japanese Haiku started as Hokku, an opening stanza of an orthodox collaborative linked poem, or renga, and of its later derivative, renku (or haikai no renga). By the time of Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694), the hokku had begun to appear as an independent poem, and was...

    China, Haiku, Japan 672  Words | 2  Pages

  • American Poetry 20th Century

    an ungrammatical practice of language. Ungrammaticality as a strategy of renewal of American poetry Haiku For a haiku poem the thing is what it is, and it is named (a bird is a bird, not “the sweet of spirit of the air”). The target of the haiku’s language is the concrete object, which is nothing but what it is. There are striking similarities between the eloquent-silence strategy of the haiku and the iceberg technique of Hemingway, both leaving the essential that is unsayable floating underneath...

    Chinese poetry, Ezra Pound, Haiku 29627  Words | 67  Pages

  • Types of Poets

    HAIKU Haiku is an unrhymed, syllabic form adapted from the Japanese: three lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables. Because it is so brief, a haiku is necessarily imagistic, concrete and pithy, juxtaposing two images in a very few words to create a single crystalline idea. The juxtaposed elements are linked in Japanese by a kireji, or “cutting word”—poets writing haiku in English or other Western languages often use a dash or an ellipsis to indicate the break or cut between the linked images. Haiku poems...

    Haiku, Hokku, Humphry Davy 2388  Words | 9  Pages

  • Haiku

    Haiku Haiku Five seven then five Are the syllables in them On each single line Spring Everything is new In spring everything’s reborn Spring is really cool Creative writing Creative writing I love to write poetry No one else here does Castles Castles were real big No one uses them today Except royalty Stories Stories are O.K. But for me poetry’s best I don’t write stories Math Math is the greatest Of all math is the coolest Second to writing Cats Cats are...

    Creative writing, Linguistics, Literature 666  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects and Techniques in Haiku

    the power to uplift us. b) My interpretation of the poem is based on the context in which haiku exists, my knowledge of the work and principles of the poet himself, and the effects of the techniques used in the poem, on me. The evolution of haiku was greatly influenced by Zen Buddhism which is “focused on meditation, a simple life and living close to nature” (Baugh et al, 2006, p. 62). This haiku alludes to all three things – a bare branch signifying a simple life, the rook roosting or resting...

    Alliteration, Assonance, Literary consonance 811  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Favorite Community Helper

    Arts Grade Level: 1st Grade Description or Outcome Statement: Students will listen to a haiku poem about a Construction Worker. Together, students will brainstorm and create a haiku poem about pilots. Then individually, students will create their own haiku poem about their favorite community worker. Specific Lesson Outcome Statement: 1. Students will listen to the teacher read the haiku poem Construction Worker. Describing the traits, values and responsibilities of a construction...

    Assessment, Education, Educational psychology 834  Words | 4  Pages

  • Math

    nagkabitak, Sa kahoy nalugayak, Sa puso — naglagablab! (TAG-INIT) ni Ildefonso Santos Pag ang sanggol ay ngumiti nawawala ang pighati, pag kalong mo’y sumisidhi ang pangarap na punyagi. (SANGGOL) ni Emelita Perez Baes | Haiku Ang HAIKU ay isang uri ng maikling tula o saknong (stanza) o taludturan sa larangan ng panulaan (poetry) na nagsimula sa bansang Japan. Sa literature ng mga Hapon, ito ay binubuo ng tatlong (3) taludtod at may bilang ng mga pantig na lima-pito-lima (5-7-5)...

    Addition, Algebra, Coefficient 1837  Words | 10  Pages

  • Sijo- Korean Literature

    North American poets are most acquainted. Haiku vs Sijo Sometimes people misunderstand the difference between haiku and Sijo, More ancient than haiku, the Korean Sijo shares a common ancestry with Haiku, a poetic form originated from Japan. it is also a very short type of poetic form using three short lines. The first line usually contains 5 syllables, the second line 7 syllables, and the third line contains 5 syllables and much like Sijo Haiku doesn't rhyme. Many of the themes include nature...

    2nd millennium, Hanja, Korean language 1073  Words | 3  Pages

  • Studdyyy

    bantog kuwentistang Pilipino. Isa rin siyang guro at may-akda ng aklat sa Balarilang Tagalog, na nagturo ng mga asignaturang Filipino at mga asignaturang pang-edukasyon Dinala ang haiku (maikling tulang may tatlong taludtod at may bilang na pantig na 5-7-5 sa taludtod), nagkaroon ang mga Pilipino ng tanaga(maikling tulang may apat na taludtod at ang bilang ng pantig ay 7-7-7-7) ...

    Banaag at Sikat, Buoyancy, Glass 1911  Words | 6  Pages

  • Poetry Project

    he/she can see that family is symbolized as the clothes. In the first two lines, the reader can read that “Family” (the clothes) keeps you from being embarrassed. I also wrote a short haiku titled “My Name Is”. I titled this after one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite rappers, “My Name Is” by Eminem. In this Haiku, based off of the original poem “After Basho” by Carolyn Kizer, I describe myself as a person that people who don’t know me well just see me as a kid by the name of Miciah. But for...

    Allen Ginsberg, Cherry, Love 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Panitikan

    ninuno sapagkat ang mga pari ay naniniwalang ang mga iyon ay likha ng diyablo. • Paksa : panrelihiyon sapagkat ang layunin ng mga Kastila ay pagpapalaganap ng kristiyanismo • Nagsimula ang mga duplo, karagatan, komedya, pasyon, senakulo, sarsuwela, tulang liriko, kurido at awit • Walang orihinalidad ang mga akda halaw sa anyo at tradisyong Kastila • Maraming akada ang nauukol sa wika ( gramatika at bokabularyo ) • Nagkaroon ng mga paaralan • Nagbago ang mga pamumuhay ng tao at pati na rin diwa...

    1518  Words | 6  Pages

  • Life of the Man

    leave it At bay; and hope for the best This bitter new day *Remember, punctuation and indention is arbitrary (meaning it’s up to you, the author to put it in your poem) Here's your chance to try your hand at writing Haiku.  If you want some inspiration, visit the one of the many Haiku pages online.  The beaches waves hit Sounding of flooding water Soothes aches all over -Tiffany, age 13, L.A. Silence around us Our watchful eyes hear the world Hands do the talking -Jennifer, Virginia ...

    Winnie-the-Pooh 455  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rationale Statement

    Standard 4: MANAGEMENT

 Throughout my program, I became a greater fan of Haiku as a Learning Management System. Haiku is amazingly user-friendly, and still provides the learners and the designers access to a wide variety of tools. They don’t water down the possibilities. The resources are housed easily using this virtual classroom. The discussions are easily encouraged. Submission methods are obvious and clear. Haiku permits an easy pathway to communicate with learners. Nevertheless, the pool...

    Assessment, E-learning, Educational psychology 832  Words | 3  Pages

  • Examples of Poetry

    style. By understanding the various styles, you are better able to learn the variances between each of the different types. Haiku Poems The Old Pond by Matshuo Basho is an example of a haiku: * “The old pond-- a frog jumps in, sound of water.” Truth in Advertising by Yahia Lababidi is another example of a haiku: * “Morning epiphany, applicable to love and life, in haiku-like purity.” Free Verse Poems Because free verse poems are the least well defined, there are numerous examples of free...

    Epic poetry, Homer, Iambic pentameter 1288  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mother-Daughter Relationship in "Seventeen Syllables" and "Everyday Use"

    Syllables”, the protagonist, Rosie is an American born Japanese (Nisei) who does not understand well about the Japanese culture, whereas her Issei mother, Mrs. Hayashi was born and raised in Japan and married to America. Mrs. Hayashi loves writing haiku, a traditional Japanese poetry, to escape from the reality of her loveless marriage. In “Everyday Use”, Mama is a traditional Afro-American woman, who receives little education and raised her two daughters by doing ‘man’s job’. Dee instead influenced...

    Culture, Culture of Japan, Difference 1438  Words | 4  Pages

  • Miscommunication: Nonverbal Communication and Short Story

    father’s eyes. The “rudeness” of what the mother is doing, is angering the father. By writing haikus, it is slowly disrupting the relationship of the parents. “..and if a group of friends come over, it was bound to contain someone who was also writing haiku, and the small assemblage would split in two, her father entertaining the non-literary members and her mother comparing exstatitc notes with the visiting poet” (2). At the Hayano’s house, Rosie’s father comes up to her and says that they are leaving...

    Communication, Family, Japan 1501  Words | 4  Pages

  • Contrast the Life of the Heian-Era Courtier with That of the Kamakura Samurai.

    differed. Poetry thrived in both Medieval Europe and Medieval Japan. However, the types of poetry that gained popularity in each land were anything but similar. Poetry called haiku became popular in feudal Japan. Haiku are short poems that follow a common pattern (three lines with five, seven, and five syllables per line). Most haiku deal with nature. In Europe, the epic poem became popular. An epic poem is a long poem usually about warriors or heroes. The poems often include legends and myths and heroes...

    Feudalism, Japan, Lord 783  Words | 3  Pages

  • Different Types of Poetry

    Ghazal refers to a poem that contains an odd number chain of couplets. In this scenario each couplet is a poem on it own. In a Ghazal it is natural to put a comma instead of a full stop at the end of the first line. Haiku: Also known by other names such as seasonal or nature haiku, this type of poetry is made up of unrhymed Japanese verse. This verse consists of three unrhymed lines which are then made up of five, seven and five syllables or 17 syllables on the whole. This form of poetry is mostly...

    Iambic pentameter, Meter, Poetic form 901  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Japanese Era

    barrios, faith, religion and the arts. Three types of poems emerged during this period. They were: 1. Haiku – a poem of free verse that the Japanese like. It was made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. The first line had 5 syllables, the second, 7 syllables, and the third, five. The Haiku is allegorical in meaning, is short and covers a wide scope in meaning. 2. Tanaga – like the Haiku, is short but it had measure and rhyme. Each line had 17 syllables and it’s also allegorical in meaning...

    Carlos P. Romulo, Creative writing, Essay 816  Words | 3  Pages

  • Saraf

    Terapi Oksigen  Mau Dikemanakan nasib Kaum Muda Asli Jogja  Histologi:Sistem Sirkulasi (circulation system)  Histologi:Jaringan Saraf (Nervous Tissue)  Histologi:Jaringan Otot (Muscle Tisuue)  Hitologi: Darah (Blood)  Histologi:Jaringan Tulang dan Kartilago  Histologi:Jaringan Ikat( Connective Tissue)  Histologi.Jaringan Epitel o ► Januari (10) • ► 2011 (23) Followers Sample Text Blogger templates Twitter yohanes yoga yohanrushsykes yohanrushsykes Bioteknologi Pertanian...

    Anatomy, Blood, Connective tissue 263  Words | 3  Pages

  • Significance of travel in Basho's Narrow Road Through the Backcountry

    literary capture of North Japan's natural beauties on his journey for poetic enlightenment and motivation. This work is the story of the journey that Bashō began near the end of his life in order to attain inspiration for writing poetry, specifically in haiku-type forms. Bashō's chosen path mirrored that of Saigyō, a well respected monk and poet, which ran through the locations of residence and inspiration of various other notable Japanese poets and writers. The travel tale has long been held in high public...

    Creative writing, Journalism, Literature 1417  Words | 4  Pages

  • Seventeen Syllables by Hisaye Yamamoto

    communication could be found even on the very first page of the story. Communication gap between the mother and her daughter can be realized when the mother asks her daughter for her opinion about a haiku she has just written. Even though the daughter is not really sure what was the haiku about, she agrees that her haiku is good. In the very beginning the reader just learns that the mother spoke Japanese and a little bit English, while her own daughter spoke English fluently but had troubles with her mother...

    Ainu people, Culture, Family 1544  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese Period

    types of poems emerged during this period. They were:  1. Haiku – a poem of free verse that the Japanese like. It was made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. The first line had 5 syllables, the second, 7 syllables, and the third, five. The Haiku is allegorical in meaning, is short and covers a wide scope in meaning. Example: Hila mo’y tabak Ang bulaklak, nanginig!  Sa paglapit mo 2. Tanaga - like the Haiku is short but it had measure and rhyme. Each line had 17 syllables...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino mestizo 953  Words | 4  Pages

  • Web2.0 Academic Applications

    and Pocktmod (http://www.pocketmod.com/). The usefulness scores 5. Haiku Learning The name of the tool is Haiku Learning. The URL is http://www.haikulearning.com/. Haiku Learning is a full suite of beautiful, cloud-based tools designed to get you up and running with digital learning in minutes. It provides a creative, relaxed environment that fosters good work, good fun, and healthy entrepreneurism. With using Haiku Learning, we can create classroom pages, add and organize content blocks...

    Internet, Learning, Social network service 909  Words | 4  Pages

  • Asian Experiences and Immigration to America

    unstable marriages. Yamamoto’s story implicates a teenager and her mother, Tome Hayashi who takes an interest in writing haiku for the Japanese language paper in San Francisco. Her daughter however is practically illiterate to speaking Japanese, which is ironic since that is her culture and furthermore, fails to understand the haiku her mother writes. “See Rosie, she said, it was a haiku, a poem in which she must pack all the meaning into seventeen syllables” (Yamamoto 154). This is an interesting aspect...

    Asian American, Chinese language, Hawaii 1166  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bahaya Logam Berat Dalam Air

    dalam jangka waktu yang lama dapat menghambat kerja paru-paru, bahkan mengakibatkan kanker paru-paru, mual, muntah, diare, kram, anemia, dermatitis, pertumbuhan lambat, kerusakan ginjal dan hati, dan gangguan kardiovaskuler. Kadmium dapat pula merusak tulang (osteomalacia, osteoporosis) dan meningkatkan tekanan darah. Gejala umum keracunan Kadmium adalah sakit di dada, nafas sesak (pendek), batuk � batuk, dan lemah. Merkuri (Hg) dapat berakumulasi dan terbawa ke organ-organ tubuh lainnya, menyebabkan...

    657  Words | 3  Pages

  • The World's Asian Treasure

    significance; therefore, Asian literature is arguably one of the most accessible categories of World Literature. Its themes are simple in its appreciation of nature and a well-rounded life making it something everyone can relate to. The three lines of a calm haiku and the perfect balance of Yin and Yang best reflect these main themes. The teachings of a certain famous Asian philosopher, Confucius, also center on the achievement of a balanced way of life. Although this already makes Asian Literature unique, there...

    Asia, Confucius, Eastern philosophy 1563  Words | 5  Pages

  • Poetry assignment

    must follow at least two rules [your choice] and write a short paragraph regarding the rules you have followed.); Five haiku with your Japanese pseudonym (choose three of your haiku poems and write one paragraph for each of the three, so that you have a total of five haiku and a total of three paragraphs. In your paragraphs, discuss how you've followed the three rules of haiku); Extension students only: write a sestina that follows all the rules of a sestina. Extension students: Sestina ...

    Ezra Pound, Iambic pentameter, Poetic form 1551  Words | 6  Pages

  • Latest Development in Ict

    means it takes advantages of their best features and adds its own modern development tools. b) Haiku [pic] Haiku is an open-source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku aims to provide users of all levels with a personal computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities. Haiku is developed mostly by volunteers around the world in their spare time. 3.0 The Latest Open Source...

    Adobe Systems, Application software, Computer 1759  Words | 7  Pages

  • Poem Templates

    to”…Explanation for this type of poem:A Haiku poems is a poem that consists of three lines, the first having five syllables, the second has seven and the third five syllables.| Example of Chosen Poem Form: An old silent pond...A frog jumps into the pond,splash! Silence again. by Basho Matsuo|My Original Piece:Poetic ChallengeBy: Luke LongstreetWho challenges me?Master of all the Haiku.I will kill you now! | Explanation of How Form Affects Theme The form of the Haiku allows for the poet to be very broad...

    Iambic pentameter, Phonology, Poetic form 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine Literature During the Japanese Era

    could never be suppressed. Poetry Three types of poems emerged during this period. They were: 1. Haiku – a poem of free verse that the Japanese like. It was made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. The first line had 5 syllables, the second, 7 syllables, and the third, five. The Haiku is allegorical in meaning, is short and covers a wide scope in meaning. 2. Tanaga – like the Haiku, is short but it had measure and rhyme. Each line had 17 syllables and it’s also allegorical in meaning...

    Elpidio Quirino, Filipino people, Filipino women writers 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • Poetry and Rhyme Scheme

    Confessions of Charlotte Doyle. Procedure: 1) Pick five events 2) Write a poem for each event. These can be done in first, second, or third person. 3) Use four types of figurative language in EACH poem. 4) Use a different format (haiku, sonnet, ballad, etc.) for EACH poem 5) One MUST be a sonnet 6) Type the poems 7) Place them in chronological order (in order of how they occur in the book) 8) Print out the poems and staple them 9) Begin the process of creating...

    Iambic pentameter, Meter, Poetic form 796  Words | 5  Pages

  • Help Asap This Is Really Inportant!

    an example of the assonance of the "s" sound the author uses to create a mystical and lonely mood for the reader that captivates their imagination. The poem's rhyme scheme is AABB CCDD EEFFGG, this poem is also very similar to a haiku because it is like an extended haiku talking about nature, and also uses a pattern of syllables. Stanza one’s syllable count is eight, eight, eight, eight, seven, nine, eight, eight, ten. Stanza two’s syllable count is nine, nine, nine, nine, nine. The syllable pattern...

    Alliteration, Gold, Moon 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Japanese Period

    the barrios, faith, religion and the arts. 3 types of poems emerged during this period. 1. HAIKU – a poem of free verse that the Japanese liked. It was made up of 17 syllables divided into three lines. * The first line had 5 syllables, the second, 7 syllables, and the third, five. * The Haiku is allegorical in meaning, is short and covers a wide scope in meaning. 2. TANAGA – like the HAIKU, is short but it had measure and rhyme. * Each line had 17 syllables and is also allegorical...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino women writers, Palanca Awards 1982  Words | 7  Pages

  • Analysis of "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird" by Wallace Stevens

    again, used to both to emphasize those phrases and to make me poem more interesting to read. An interesting thing about Stevens' poem is that it seemed like each stanza was a separate haiku poem. Since this poem revolves around nature, a haiku style fits it well because they too, are usually about nature. The haiku style also helps to further separate the thoughts of the writer. Both writers use a blackbird to help describe humans and human nature. In the second stanza of "Thirteen Ways of Looking...

    Alliteration, John Lennon, Mind 981  Words | 5  Pages

  • Craetive Writing

    widely written today. Haiku Haiku is a popular form of unrhymed Japanese poetry, which evolved in the 17th century from the hokku, or opening verse of a renku. Generally written in a single vertical line, the haiku contains three sections totalling 17 onji, structured in a 5-7-5 pattern. Traditionally, haiku contain a kireji, or cutting word, usually placed at the end of one of the poem's three sections, and a kigo, or season-word. The most famous exponent of the haiku was Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694)...

    Drama, Literature, Meter 2433  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ffdfds

    tank He said it would float Just like a boat When they launched it, it sank Free Verse: Bears are creatures that slash their mighty claws to fish for their prey In the winter they lie like a rock and wait for the  dawn of spring Haiku: An old silent pond... A frog jumps into the pond, splash! Silence again. Cinquain: Birds Are animals That can fly High in the sky Flying Diamante: Winter Frosty, Bright Skiing, Snow Ball Fighting, Sledding Icicles, Snowflakes, Vacation...

    Ice, Ice hockey, Jonathan Coachman 393  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    Ghazal refers to a poem that contains an odd number chain of couplets. In this scenario each couplet is a poem on it own. In a Ghazal it is natural to put a comma instead of a full stop at the end of the first line. Haiku: Also known by other names such as seasonal or nature haiku, this type of poetry is made up of unrhymed Japanese verse. This verse consists of three unrhymed lines which are then made up of five, seven and five syllables or 17 syllables on the whole. This form of poetry is mostly...

    Fable, Meter, Poetic form 1416  Words | 5  Pages

  • Me, Me, Me

    The Filipino equivalent of a Japanese haiku is tanaga.   In Philippine literature, a tanaga is a poem consisting of four lines with each line equally having between seven and nine syllables. To compare, the Japanese haiku has 17 phonetic units divided into three phrases of 5, 7 and 5 units respectively. These short poems do not have any titles, although the apparent theme is used to refer to it. Most are written in Tagalog, the basis of the Filipino national language.  Halimbawa ng waluhang...

    Filipino language, Linguistics, Literature 252  Words | 2  Pages

  • Latihan Daya Tahan Otot

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