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HAIKU…..A Japanese verse form most often composed, in English versions, of three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables. A haiku often features an image, or a pair of images, meant to depict the essence of a specific moment in time.
Though not very popular in Western literature until the early 1900s, Hiku found its origins from the Japanese hokku.
Hiku changed its face and method in many adaptions into multiple languages and styles, the Haiku remains a powerful form due to its economic use of language and still be able to capture specific mood or instance. Usually, in the present tense, a Haiku frequently depicts a moment by using a pair of distinct images working in tandem, as in these lines by Kobayashi Issa, translated by Jane Hirshfield.
On a branch
a cricket, singing.