Leo: lol, that is some title there!
To be honest I don’t get Haiku’s. For a long time I didn’t even know what they are, I thought some kind of a math problem.
Then I did some research and gave it a try. But nope, I don’t get it.
I don’t get haiku
Said Alex H. honestly.
This is a math poem.
It’s just seventeen
syllables in three lines of
five, seven and five.
it’s good to look at life through
just three little lines.
haiku mentions something sea-
sonal in line one.
I hope you get well
soon and keep taking the pills.
Your typers need you.
Speaking of haiku, here’s a podcast:
Literary Hub: On Matsuo Bashō, Haiku’s Greatest Master
Tyler Knott used to type a Haiku a day and post it to his blog. He also published some books of Haiku. However, I don’t know what happened to his blog or him. He seems to have disappeared about a year or two ago.
Alex H: Get well soon!
Alex, Actually, haiku is a quadratic equation in disguise using words, a reference to nature and the seasons, zen and your ‘ordinary mind.’