Writer’s Corner: Weekly Haiku No. 2
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 email@example.com. Weekly Haiku No. 2 by Keyuri Tatu
I met her softened eyes.
My lips broke into a half smile.
Her lips couldn’t move.
The sun slapped his face,
And when his hand blocked the yellow,
She stood in its shade.
They walked over the zebra
At white, their hands brushed,
At black they were strangers.
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