Haiku is all the rage now. It's a traditional word discipline, started in Japan, where the writer creates short poems. A haiku has 17 syllables in three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables.
While the traditional haiku has focused on nature, modern poets have used it for broader subjects.
If you're serious about learning, here's a how-to guide.
Now here's where it gets fun. Could you write a postal-themed haiku?
Remember this structure:
5 syllables on the first line
7 on the second
5 on the third
Here's my attempt:
Invented great things
But the Postal Service shines
Above the others
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