Writer’s Corner: Weekly Haikus No. 1
The Writer’s Corner features poetry, essays, short stories, satire and various fiction and non-fiction from SCAD Atlanta students.
This quarter we are starting a weekly haiku series. Haiku is a type of Japanese poetry with 17 syllables separated into 3 lines with each line having 5, 7 and 5 syllables respectively. It speaks a lot in the fewest possible words.
To submit your own work for the Writer’s Corner, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekly Haikus No. 1 by Anya Haber
Interlocking hands, night stroll
Bury bloody knife
Unrequited love for fields
He will never see
Clock groans, midnight ticks
Celebration in the air
Me? Sorrow, despair
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