Hundreds of years ago, as the result of poetry contests, there evolved in Japan a form of verse known as Haiku or “play verse.” Some favorite themes and subjects in Haiku are the temporality of life, ephemerality of nature and the seasons, and the observation and interaction with nature, such as birds, trees, flowers, animals, insects, mountains, fields, and sky. Other common themes are natural forces and elements such as the moon, sunrise, snow, rain, and wind.
Join us in Park Library to learn more and partake in this Japanese art form.
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