HAIKU POEZIJA PDF

Klasicni japanski haiku sadrzi sedamnaest "slogova" u navodnicima, jer to sto Japanci broje nisu bas slogovi u skupinama 5, 7, 5. Na Zapadu se ustalilo da se takva pesma pise kao trostih, iako je klasicni japanski haiku trodelni monostih. Hocemo li onda od prevoda japanskog haiku na zapadne jezike i od izvornih zapadnih haiku zahtevati da sadrze tacno 17 slogova? Za engleski i nemacki jezik to sigurno ne bi imalo mnogo smisla, dok je struktura srpskog kao i recimo talijanskog jezika takva da se kao i u japanskom reci prilicno prirodno slazu u skupine s ukupno 5 ili 7 slogova. Stoga mislim da nema razloga da u nasem haiku radikalnije odstupamo od klasicnig japanskog metra. S druge strane rekla bih da nije opravdano ni previse kruto insistiranje na tacnom metru na srpskom jeziku, uz ostalo i stoga sto -kako je vec pomenuto- nase brojanje slogova nije isto kao japansko.

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Many haikus are inspired by objects in the natural world, such as trees, rocks, mountains, and flowers. To get ideas for your poem, take a walk in a park nearby or go for a hike in the woods. Head to a mountain trail or a body of water like a river, lake, or beach.

Spend some time in nature and observe it so you can get ideas for the poem. Find a particular nature scene or object in nature like a tree or flower that inspires you. Haikus can also be about a season, such as fall, spring, winter, or summer.

You can also focus on a natural event that happens at a certain time of year, such as the blooming of the cherry blossom trees in your neighborhood or the salmon run in the river near your house. Writing about a season can be a fun way for you to describe a particular detail you love about that time of year.

Haikus do not all have to be about nature or the seasons. You can also choose a particular person or object as an inspiration for the poem. Maybe you want to write a funny haiku about your dog. Or perhaps you want to write a thoughtful haiku about your childhood toy.

Haikus are short and you may not have enough space in three lines to write every thought you have about the person or object.

To get a better sense of the genre, read haikus that are well known and considered good examples of the form.

You can find examples in books or online. Read haikus that are about nature and other subjects. Haikus by the Japanese poet Yosa Buson. Haikus by the Japanese poet Tagami Kikusha. Try finding a resemblance to nature or a metaphor that expresses your feelings shortly. An example may look like this: Boom, boom, boom, bam, bam!

My head is a battleground With countless outbursts.

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