Motivating for positive change through Haiku: Part 3


Introducing the 3rd part of this 5 part inspirational series:

Inspiring, thinking about, and motivating for positive change through Haiku:

The form of Haiku is quite old, centuries in fact. The traditional form is three lines where each line is limited to a certain amount of syllables.  Traditonally, it is a 5-7-5 form where the 1st line has 5 syllables, 2nd line had 7 syllables, and the third line has 5 syllables. I have kept to this traditional form for these haikus. Please enjoy

9
All living things are
Interconnected with all
Other living things

10
Help our animals
Coexist with animals
Harmony we be.

11
I am you, you are
Me. I am all and I am
Connected to all.

12
Do not eat our friends.
Do not beat our friends.
Animals our friends.

 

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