Fear rules all thought processes
Winter of mad fools
copyright 2020 Kevin Trent Boswell
Author’s Note: This is a brand new haiku, which is a traditional, Japanese poetry structure.
A haiku consists of three lines, with a specific number of syllables in each. The first line has 5 syllables, while the second line has 7 syllables and the third has five.
There is an additional ingredient in formal, Japanese haiku, known as the Kireji and the Kiru. The Kireji is more difficult to explain and often does not translate easily into English. The Kiru is the stating of (or the implication of) which season the poem takes place in.
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