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micro haiku: three to nine syllables

by George Swede

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The 101 haiku in this book range from three to nine syllables. They were culled from decades of Swede s published work to show how the world's most brief poetic form can succeed when shorter than the typical English-language haiku which ranges from 10 to 14 syllables. It is Swede's hope that this knowledge will help to dispel the popular notion that a haiku should have 17 syllables written in three lines.

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