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How does one celebrate NaHaiWriMo – as its fans refer to it?

The second National Haiku Writing Month is underway. How does one celebrate NaHaiWriMo? 

Simply write one haiku a day. Too much of a commitment? What about trying a couple? If you’re an English teacher or creative writing teacher, why not encourage your students to seek out a haiku that they find interesting?

Poets writing haiku in English typically say that the poems should be short enough to be said in one breath. Need further tips? Michael Dylan Welch, who started this independent event and curates it each year, has setup this page

Although this isn’t a Haiku Foundation event, the Foundation supports Michael in his noble endeavor!


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