February 19, 2007


Murfin and Ray, Bedford Glossary of Critical and Literary Terms -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)

Haiku: A Japanese verse form consisting of three unrhymed lines that together contain a total of seventeen syllables.

1st line consits of 5 syllables
2nd line consists of 7syllables
3rd line consists of5 syllables

I recieved a gift (5)
that had a note attached from (7)
my love, my best friend (5)

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