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on Apr 18th 2000, 18:21:46, Field Marshall Stack wrote the following about

haiku

Generally, a haiku (poetry of five-seven-five syllables per line variety) contains at least one reference to a season, spring, summer, winter, or autumn (with up so floating many bells down).

It's been said that
"Cherry blossoms fall
Cherry blossoms fall and fall
Cherry blossoms fall"
is the »Ur-haiku«.


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