Snowy and cold I have the plagueGasp for breath, death rattleI am drinking hot chocolate
The Devil Uno
A good try, sick manBut too many syllables!Must be the flu meds
shows what you know about haikus
5, 7, 5.. I am so freezingThis sickness has taken meDeath would be warmer
Way too many syllables but there are no hard rules to Haikus. I was writing a free form poem.A traditional hokku consists of a pattern of approximately 5, 7, and 5 morae, phonetic units which only loosely correspond to the syllables of Western languages. It also contains a special season word—the kigo—descriptive of the season in which the hokku was set. Hokku often combine different elements into a unified sensory impression, with a pause (the kireji or "cutting word") at the end of either the first five or second seven morae. Although rarely broken by Japanese hokku poets, these rules are often broken in the later, more "free-form" haiku movement, both in Japanese and in other languages.
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