Haiku Poetry Type


Haiku Poetry Type

Definition of Haiku Poetry Type
How do you define Haiku Poetry Type? What is the definition of Haiku Poetry Type?
The definition of Haiku Poetry Type and an example of the literary term is as follows:
 

Definition of Haiku Poetry Type

Haiku Poetry Type is a Japanese poem composed of three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables. Haiku poetry originated in the sixteenth century and reflects on some aspect of nature and creates images.
 

 

Example of Haiku Poetry Type
There are many examples of different types of poetry. An example of Haiku Poetry Type can be found in the poetic work of Basho (1644-1694).
 

Example of Haiku Poetry Type

None is travelling
by
Basho (1644-1694)

None is travelling
Here along this way but I,
This autumn evening.
The first day of the year:
thoughts come - and there is loneliness;
the autumn dusk is here.

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Another Example of a Haiku Tercet Stanza by Basho

Ah, summer grasses!
All that remains
Of the warriors dreams.

 

 

Forms of Poetry and Literary Terms
How do you define a couplet or a Falling Meter? And what exactly is an Iambic pentameter? We have provided a definition of poetry and literary terms together with the meaning and examples, such as the above definition of Haiku Poetry Type. A helpful educational resource for those taking an English test or a University student studying English and American Literature. Each definition, such as the above definition and example of Haiku Poetry Type will provide a glossary of literary terms or a dictionary with the meaning, samples, examples and the rules of specialising in each different type of poem and poetry. An example of Haiku.
 

Definition of Poetry
Poetry is piece of literature written by a poet in meter or verse expressing various emotions which are expressed by the use of variety of techniques including metaphors, similes and onomatopoeia. The emphasis on the aesthetics of language and the use of techniques such as repetition, meter and rhyme are what are commonly used to distinguish poetry from prose. Poems often make heavy use of imagery and word association to quickly convey emotions. An example of Haiku Poetry Type is detailed above.

Structure of Poetry
The structure used in poems varies with different types of poetry and can be seen in the above example of Haiku Poetry Type. The structural elements include the line, couplet, strophe and stanza. Poets combine the use of language and a specific structure to create imaginative and expressive work. The structure used in some Poetry types are also used when considering the visual effect of a finished poem. The structure of many types of poetry  result in groups of lines on the page which enhance the poem's composition. An example of Haiku.
 

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