Meta-haiku

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Meta-haiku (anc. greek: meta (meta) meaning grass and haiku (haikus) meaning haiku) are haiku poems written right after one has written a haiku poem. They tend to never grow up and stay teenagers for ever. One very famous meta-haiku is Nobody's meta-haiku (to which we will refer to as haikuneverlemegolinikacacalulupukunihilifalagicna'wawakaka;koli for short from now on).


Definition[edit]

Meta-haikus (anc. greek: meta (meta) meaning grass and haiku (haikus) meaning haiku) are haiku poems written right after one has written a haiku poem. They tend to never grow up and stay teenagers for ever. One very famous meta-haiku is Nobody's meta-haiku (to which we will refer to as haikuneverlemegolinikacacalulupukunihilifalagicna'wawakaka;koli for short from now on). (if you are reading this twice, an Agent might be after you. Haikuneverlemegolinikacacalulupukunihilifalagicna'wawakaka;koli are usually written as an after-inspiration, but they can also be written with a pen.

Examples[edit]

Examples of haikuneverlemegolinikacacalulupukunihilifalagicna'wawakaka;koli include:


While I was writing
Noticed something exciting
Don't you too? Haiku


Meter is spot on
Polysyllabic pattern
Ain't it cute? Haiku


Let's write one neater
In 5-7-5 meter
Whoopidoo! Haiku


Count, count, count, count, count.
Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall,
Not Haiku at all.


One two three four five
Six Seven Eight Nine Three Hundred Five
Twelve a thousand miles


This is not haiku
but rather meta-haiku;
see now what I mean?


First five syllables
Seven more in the middle
Now name a season


Pentasyllabic
Pentaplustwosyllabic
Pentasyllabic


Words chosen solely
For number of syllables
Make bad poetry