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“The Old Pond” by Matsuo Bashō
An old silent pond
A frog jumps into the pond—
Splash! Silence again.
This traditional example comes from Matsuo Bashō, one of the four great masters of Haiku. Historically, haikus are a derivative of the Japanese Hokku. Hokkus are collaborative poems which follow the 5/7/5 rule. They are meant to comment on the season or surroundings of the authors and create some sort of contrasting imagery separated by a kireji or “cutting word” (like “Splash!”).
“A World of Dew” by Kobayashi Issa
A world of dew,
And within every dewdrop
A world of struggle.
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Though sometimes, the kireji comes at the end of a haiku to give it a sense of closure. Kobayashi Issa, another great Haiku master, writes this stirring poem that places the kireji at the end. Translated, Issa’s haiku doesn’t meet the 5/7/5 rule, but its power remains.
“Lighting One Candle” by Yosa Buson
The light of a candle
Is transferred to another candle—
Haikus focus on a brief moment in time, juxtaposing two images, and creating a sudden sense of enlightenment. A good example of this is haiku master Yosa Buson’s comparison of a singular candle with the starry wonderment of the spring sky.
“A Poppy Blooms” by Katsushika Hokusai
I write, erase, rewrite
Erase again, and then
A poppy blooms.
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Katsushika Hokusai, a disciple of Bashō, writes another powerful haiku that translation cannot accurately capture. In it, he compares a written poem to a blooming poppy. He uses imagery of the spring season to describe his writing process.
“Over the Wintry” by Natsume Sōseki
Over the wintry
Forest, winds howl in rage
With no leaves to blow.
A slightly more modern Japanese poet, Natsume Sōseki, likens his breath to the wind in this haunting haiku. He learned the art of composing haikus from one of the four great haiku masters: Masaoka Shiki. As the art of the haiku traveled west, influential American writers like Ezra Pound picked up the craft.
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Describing the Paris Underground, “In a Station of the Metro” is often considered the first haiku written in English, though it does not follow the 5/7/5 structure. As Pound believed that superfluous words tend to dull an image, the philosophy of the Haiku is perfectly up his alley.
“The Taste of Rain” by Jack Kerouac
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Jack Kerouac proposed that, because the English language structure is different than Japanese, the western haiku should “simply say a lot in three short lines in any Western language. Above all, a Haiku must be very simple and free of all poetic trickery and make a little picture and yet be as airy and graceful as a Vivaldi Pastorella.” In Book of Haikus, Kerouac experiments this formal and freestyle.
Many western authors like to break with the 5/7/5 rule, but maintain the power, simplicity, and brevity.
Sonia Sanchez “Haiku [for you]”
love between us is
speech and breath. loving you is
a long river running.
Known for her innovative use of traditional formats like haiku in a modern context, even infusing them with bluesy rhythm, Sonia Sanchez received high praise for her collection Morning Haiku. In its opening essay, Sanchez expresses her deep appreciation for haiku as an art form.
Ravi Shankar “Lines on a Skull”
life’s little, our heads
sad. Redeemed and wasting clay
this chance. Be of use.
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A slightly darker take on the art of haiku, “Lines on a Skull” is inspired by Lord Byron’s “Lines Inscribed Upon a Cup formed from a Skull.” Poet Ravi Shankar distills this late seventeenth-century poet’s words into a more modern, potent, and visceral version.
Joyce Clement “Birds Punctuate the Days”
One blue egg all summer long
Poet Joyce Clement currently serves as a director of the Haiku Circle in Northfield, Massachusetts and co-editor of Frogpond, the journal of The Haiku Society of America; the title, a gentle nod to haiku master Bashō.
What Is the poem haiku
A haiku is considered to be more than a type of poem; it is a way of looking at the physical world and seeing something deeper, like the very nature of existence. It should leave the reader with a strong feeling or impression. Take a look at the following examples of traditional and modern haiku poems to see what we mean
There were four master haiku poets from Japan, known as “the Great Four:” Matsuo Basho, Kobayashi Issa, Masaoka Shiki, and Yosa Buson. Their work is still the model for traditional haiku writing today. We have also included examples from Natsume Soseki here, a famed novelist and contemporary of Shiki, who also wrote haiku.
Reviewing examples of haiku poems is an excellent way to become familiar with this form of poetry and the sensory language it uses, and gain some inspiration.
In Japanese, there are five “moras” in the first and third line, and seven in the second, following the standard 5-7-5 structure of haiku. A mora is a sound unit, much like a syllable, but is not identical to it. This rhythm is often lost in translation, as not every English word has the same number of syllables, or moras, as its Japanese counterpart. For example, haiku has two syllables in English and in Japanese, it has three moras.
Here are three examples of haiku poems from Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), considered the greatest haiku poet:
An old silent pond… A frog jumps into the pond, splash! Silence again.
Autumn moonlight- a worm digs silently into the chestnut.
In the twilight rain these brilliant-hued hibiscus – A lovely sunset.
Here are three examples of haiku poems from Yosa Buson (1716-1784), a haiku master poet and painter:
A summer river being crossed how pleasing with sandals in my hands!
Light of the moon Moves west, flowers’ shadows Creep eastward.
In the moonlight, The color and scent of the wisteria Seems far away.
Here are three examples of haiku from Kobayashi Issa (1763-1828), a renowned haiku poet:
O snail Climb Mount Fuji, But slowly, slowly!
Trusting the Buddha, good and bad, I bid farewell To the departing year.
Everything I touch with tenderness, alas, pricks like a bramble.
Here are seven examples of haiku poems from Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902), credited with reviving the haiku and developing its modern format:
I want to sleep Swat the flies Softly, please.
After killing a spider, how lonely I feel in the cold of night!
For love and for hate I swat a fly and offer it to an ant.
A mountain village under the piled-up snow the sound of water.
Night; and once again, the while I wait for you, cold wind turns into rain.
The summer river: although there is a bridge, my horse goes through the water.
A lightning flash: between the forest trees I have seen water.
Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) was a widely respected novelist who also had many fairy tales and haiku published. Here are three examples of his haikus:
The lamp once out Cool stars enter The window frame.
Plum flower temple: Voices rise From the foothills
The crow has flown away: swaying in the evening sun, a leafless tree.
Many modern western poets do not subscribe to the 5-7-5 pattern. The Academy of American Poets recognizes this evolution, but maintains that several core principles remain woven into the tapestry of modern haiku. That is, a haiku still focuses on one brief moment in time, employs provocative, colorful imagery, and provides a sudden moment of illumination.
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Here are seven examples of 20th-century haiku poems:
From across the lake, Past the black winter trees, Faint sounds of a flute. – Richard Wright
out of the water out of itself – Nick Virgilio
ground squirrel balancing its tomato on the garden fence – Don Eulert
Nightfall, Too dark to read the page Too cold. – Jack Kerouac
Just friends: he watches my gauze dress blowing on the line. – Alexis Rotella
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A little boy sings on a terrace, eyes aglow. Ridge spills upward. – Robert Yehling
meteor shower a gentle wave wets our sandals – Michael Dylan Welch
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