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Which statements describe haiku? Check all that apply. A haiku is a poem that consists of three lines. A haiku has a patterned rhyme scheme. A haiku often contains a kigo. A haiku contains ideas that are written in present tense. A haiku is a poem that tells a complicated story.

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Tara Andrews on December 7, 2018

The statements that describe the haiku: A haiku is a poem consisting of three lines. A haiku often contains a kigo.A haiku contains ideas that are written in the present tense. The Haiku is a traditional form of poetry from Japan. There are three lines in a Haiku. The first and the last line of the Haiku has 5 syllables and the second line consists of 7 syllables. The lines do not rhyme. Have been written about topics that readers are aware of. Kigo is the word or phrase that is associated primarily with the stations in the Japanese tradition.


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