Brazilian Haiku 1-3


pigs avaricious
deplore blackened albacore—
think slop delicious


the thoughts innermost
toward the only adored
span the uttermost


luminous firefly
recant your wild gallivant—
twilight sanctify


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Brazilian Haiku
a rhyming form of haiku developed in Brazil
syllabic: 5-7-5
rhyme scheme: a(b/b)a
a rhyme at end of L1 and L3; b rhyme at syllables 2 & 7, L2
Here’s a diagram:

NOTE: My #2 poem technically is not a haiku, but a katauta (a love poem).

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