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Haiku is a Japanese poetry form with traditionally three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. Haiku general contain words which evoke a sense of one of the seasons or some other reference to the natural world. The words are few and often suggest a sudden realization, or "aha" moment. Translated haiku do not always fit the traditional form. The haiku has been adopted as a popular form in the West as well. There are also other forms of Asian poetry represented in the unmounted rubber stamps you will find on these pages.
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