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An NPR haiku project

Started by Stewart Baker, March 19, 2013, 05:05:20 PM

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Stewart Baker

Posting this here (I am in no way affiliated with NPR) after seeing it on Facebook.  It would be interesting to see mostly haikuists take part instead of those who think they know what a haiku is from learning it in grade school...

QuoteWith the spring cherry blossoms currently in bloom, we're asking for you to submit original haiku to be featured in a collaborative cherry blossom video project! Please keep it to the traditional 17 syllable (5-7-5 format) on the theme of cherry blossoms.

Please post your haiku in a comment or use the hashtag #nprhaiku on Twitter. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, March 22.

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