Did you perhaps mean haiku?
- n. Plural form of haiku.
“Check out some of the haikus on our haiku randomizer, which scrolls through some of the best submissions with a quick click.”
“You can also send us your own haikus there we'll be adding more over the coming days or on our guide to the National Cherry Blossom Festival.”
“Here at the Going Out Guide we're immersed in all things cherry blossom, not the least of which are readers' haikus honoring the spring bloom.”
“The Japanese are known for their brevity in literature, mostly with the worldwide celebrated haikus, but their sense to get down to the point and write the distilled and concentrated essence of their topic crosses into speculative fiction.”
“He explained to me that while the poems I wrote were interesting, they were not haikus.”
“I was pleased with your haikus, Mr. Basketball said in class the next week, handing them back to us.”
“I * could* re-write this comment in a sequence of lame haikus, but I figure being clearer trumps being clever. (* crosses fingers*)”
“He writes moving haikus from letters cut out of the newspaper.”
“Are you trying to write haikus or are you just showing off your lack of education?”
“It's nearly cherry blossom time, and we're soliciting haikus the three-line poems that have five syllables in the first, seven in the second and five in the third in honor of the humble Japanese bloom.”
Looking for tweets for haikus.