Happy (Belated) International Haiku Day

Happy (Belated) International Haiku Day, blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Haiku, poetry, free books, entropy
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International Haiku Day was 17 April, which unfortunately coincided with Easter this year. Figuring that most of my readers would be otherwise occupied, I decided to extend the poetry appreciation an extra week and post about International Haiku Day today instead.

Haiku is some of my favourite poetry to write (and read). In my experience, being forced to limit yourself to a small number of words or syllables is one of the best exercises in creativity (and let’s face it, there are longer works that feel like mostly filler).

What kind of poetry do you enjoy reading/writing? Share in the comments…

Entropy

Withered petals, dry,

crumbling. Just ashes and dust.

You are forgotten. 

Aspasía S. Bissas

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Find out more about International Haiku Day: https://thehaikufoundation.org/events/international-haiku-poetry-day/

Cheers,

Aspasía S. Bissas

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