Haiku & Photography—Hoagie Haiku at Mario’s Pizza

Italian hoagie

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. These poems are typically very imagery-driven. They are also just straight-up plain fun. These…

Library Haiku in Celebrating Boyertown Community Library’s Move

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. These poems are typically very imagery-driven. They are also just straight-up plain fun….

Burger Mania Haiku at CD’s Place

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. These poems are typically very imagery-driven. They are also just straight-up plain fun. CD’s…

Fried Pickles Haiku at Dan’s Deli

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. Haiku are often about the natural world and reflective feelings. And they are…