The haiku or haiku is a type of Japanese poetry. It consists of a short poem, of seventeen “berries”, formed, according to the norm, by three verses of five, seven and five berries respectively. However, it is not completely a fixed metric. Berries are commonly replaced by syllables when they are composed in other languages. Originally the essence of haiku is “cut” (切 る [kiru]) by connecting two ideas or images separated by a kireji, which is the term “cutting” or separator.
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