Haiku can be defined as a descriptive form of poetry with a Japanese origin. It is usually short and can be read in only one breath. Traditionally, haiku was meant to talk about subjects mainly in the natural world.
The following are the common rules that should be considered when writing a haiku:
If you need help with syllable counting, you can use this website.
Here are a couple of examples of natured based haikus.
Light casts new shadows
Gold warmth comforts baring trees
Hope decorates dawn
Sunlight touches flowers
The sweet scent of nectar tempts
Hungry buzzing bees