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Happy New Haiku!

So 2016 has just rolled around. It's a time of the year when most of us reflect on the highs and lows of the year gone by and our priorities, hopes and dare I say it – resolutions (groan) – for the year ahead. How about a new angle? Express your thoughts, hopes or insights a-la-Haiku style? Okay, what is a Haiku I hear you ask. Let’s explore… The power of just 17 syllables A Haiku poem, beautiful in its symmetry of rhythm and in its simplicity of just a few words, evokes so much. To stay true to the traditional Japanese format, a Haiku poem is three lines, with five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second and five in the last line. Whilst the 5:7:5 approach provides a goo

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