Haiku represents a japanese form of poetry that is short and independent of any preceding or succeeding work and can relate to any particular moment in the poet’s life. It contains a total of 17 syllables with a pattern of 5-7-5 syllables in each line. Enjoy !

1. The brook was flowing,

Into the darkened woods as,

It was there no more.

2. I could have bled it,

But the pain was mildly sure,

Of its existence.

3. The smile on your face,

Could shadow the scars beneath,

But the eyes gave up.

4. This world is weird ,

And so are the people here,

why do you make sense?

5. Run from life or chase,

There is no turning back now,

You’ve been born again.


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