Share a little moment of your day with a Handwritten Haiku! Haiku is a Japanese poetry form written in the present tense. It’s intended to distill a moment into a few lines, often referencing contrasting images, or sensory input. The meter is a three line poem with five syllables, then seven syllables, then five for the last line.
Write out your haiku on a piece of paper and take a photo of your poem. Displaying the Haiku written in the hand of the author highlights the individuality behind each piece.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
To submit, write out your Haiku on paper and take a photo.
Send the photo of your Handwritten Haiku to email@example.com with ‘Haiku’ in the subject.
Post your Haiku to social media! Tag the Arts Council of Princeton and the hashtag #acphandwrittenhaiku — we’ll share your work!
Questions? Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.