Adjective Wind Haiku

This Adjective Wind Haiku demonstrates how to write a Haiku using descriptive adjectives. This also demonstrates the syllable pattern of having 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the 2nd line, and 5 syllables in the 3rd line. Haikus are usually about nature or some moment in time.

© Rudolph 2009

The Adjectives are in Bold Print.

 

Wispingwistful wind (5 syllables)

Warmrisingethereal (7 syllables)

Evanescent coo (5 syllables)

 

by – Christopher Rudolph

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