International Haiku Poetry Day
When : Always April 17 th
Today is International Haiku Poetry Day. This is a day for poets and lovers of poetry to savor and enjoy.
The Haiku poem is a Japanese art form. We were all introduced to this interesting Japanese art form back in our High School days. The Haiku is a simple, non-rhyming poem. It consists of short and simple, 3 line stanzas consisting of 5-7-5 syllables. The subject of the poem can be about anything: love, nature, life or any other topic that you desire.
Here are a couple pleasant ways to enjoy International Haiku Poetry Day:
Did You Know? April is National Poetry Month.
Origin of International Haiku Poetry Day
This special holiday event was created in 2007 by Sari Grandstaff. In 2012, the Haiku Foundation picked up on this holiday and began promoting it.
Flower of the Day: Bee Balm
Recipe of the Day: Blooming Onion, Baked
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