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Writing Haiku: A Beginner's Guide to Composing Japanese Poetry

Whether it's expressing a quiet moment, a fleeting image or a profound thought, the Haiku has proved to be a highly adaptable form. And the good news is that you don't need to be a poet or a writer to create your own.

Using examples and models this book will provide the information and inspiration that you need to compose your own poetry in a variety of Japanese forms, giving voice to your own feelings, observations and stories.

  • Paperback.
  • 192 pages.
  • Measures 20.3 x 13 cm.

Collections: New, Poetry, Writing Guides


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