Haiku and Limerick
Amidst the vast blues
Masked in truce and harmony
Lay stories untold
As I search for tranquillity and peace
I find myself covered all in grease
What did I really expect?
Lounging on the beach in my shirt checked
When you have with you an impish niece
* Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry made of short, unrhymed lines that evoke natural imagery. It is a three-line poem with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern.
* A limerick must be exactly 5 lines. The lines must follow the AABBA rhyme scheme
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