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Modern Haku poems about Mona Lisa

by Alemseged Sisay

Modern Haku poems about Mona Lisa

The difference between Haiku and Haku poetry

Every haiku and Senryu poems are included in a haku poems definition.


Every haiku, Senryu and poems wih similar structures are haku poems

A haiku consists of three lines, with the first and last lines having five “moras,” and the middle line having seven (referred to as the 5–7–5 structure). Since the moras do not translate well into English, the haiku has been adapted to where syllables are used as moras.

Definition of Haku poem:

Haku is not a haiku and not the Hawaiian haku poetry writing but a haku of Aleme Gammo.

Definition of a haku Poem:

A haku is a poetry style of three lines that its lines are not in rhyme but have 7/8/7 syllable of each; Since the kelem is not translated to English due to its complexity of the Amharic and English language Pseudoscientific language comparison techniques, because there are only five vowels in English and more than five voice tones measuring letters as a vowel in Amharic, called kelem as a syllable. Sometimes some poets write a haku poem with different syllabic structures but most haku poems are written with a 7/8/7 structure that is called the down-up-down haku forms.


General rules of a haku poetry


The other rule of a haku poem is its up-down-up and down -up-down syllable play rule if you need to versify your haku poem with freedom of adding or subtracting syllables from the usual 7/8/7 format. That is to choose your syllable number of the first line and use it on the first line, then down one in number your syllable number to the second line, finally return back to the upper line syllable number to the third line.

Example:

    UP-Down-Up Haku

Mind Of Mahatma Gandhi[haku 13/12/13]

Mind of Mahatma Gandhi was filled with divine faith,
Most famous freedom fighter with the weapon- truth
Made India free, showed path of nonviolence on earth.

Mohandas Karam Chanda Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi,
Mahatma means great noble soul so pious title indeed
Marvelous word,"Mahatma" within book of Gita we find.

                                          Poem by Brundaban Panda, India


As the up-down-up rule of syllabic play the haku poetry the 1st line has 13 syllables and down by one the second line and up again to the 13 syllable.


    Down-Up-Down Haku

Freedom: Foundation Of Full Freedom [Haku 9/10/9]

Freedom: Foundation of full freedom
Full freedom means Liberty I confirm
Freedom binds reasonably says norm.

                            Poem by Brundaban Panda, India


Other example of down-up-down

You [ Haku -2/3/2]

You are

My real love

Darling


Other example can be a haiku which have 5/7/5 syllable down-up-down form and the senryu also.

Hey rats [haiku Haku]

Hey rats be aware
these cats are in an agog
for their dinner time
 

*****Therefore every haiku and senryu poetries are down-up-down haku poems **********
 
The next are sample Haku poems about Mona Liza.



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when I see you hanging there

 

Michael Mc Dermott, Ireland

when I see you hanging there
you have me transfixed with your stare
is there something you will share

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Mons Lisa

By Maureen Edden,United Kingdom

the world can only wonder
what secrets lie behind your smile
you remain a conundrum

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Mona Lisa

Liz G Lucas,Spain

Mona, how we adore you,
your smile, as you rest in Paris
in the Louvre now.to gaze.

Secrets Held Within

By M.L. Kiser,United States

secrets held within facade
revealed only with time travel
a woman’s prerogative

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Feminine Mystery

Mystic rose Mona Lisa
Beautiful soft smile eyes sparkle
Vulnerable strong woman


Haku by Rosewinter515
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Mona Lisa — Haku

By Margaret,USA

she sits in contemplation
expressing a gentle smile
woman of beauty displayed

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[ sits in chair with demure smile ]

R Byron Chambers

sits in chair with demure smile
crossed hands awaiting destiny
to live for infinity

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mona lisa

Unknown Poet

daVinci’s other puzzle
her eyes follow you everywhere
not her enigmatic smile

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Mona Lisa ( Poetic form : Haku)

PK ROY, India

Mona Lisa’s smile is the
triumph of combining science,
art, optics, and illusion.
~X~X~

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Enigmatic smile

By Elaine7

the masterly brushstroke ends
at the demure smile of Mona
infused with his enigma

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[ we’ve exchanged glances often ]

By Kasi Senghor

we’ve exchanged glances often
none as captivating as yours
framed you are in a good way

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Come hither

By maxine smithers

Gentle warm brown teasing eyes
Leonardo’s lovely lover
Wearing a confident smile

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mona lisa (a pair of haku poems)

By Mikah Bodmer,Illinois, United States

Everyone gathers around
to get a peek at her beauty;
Mona Lisa, all her glory.

I want to be that for you.
I want you all to gather near
to marvel at my beauty.

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Mona Lisa- Haku poem

Dolly Bhaskaran,Uk

Mona Lisa — most famous
Leonardo da Vinci, painting
the world’s most famous portrait

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High Tides

Slim bay hiding pearls
Mega star’s open peekaboo
ripples of high tides.

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Mona L

By Grant G

wild sea crashes behind her
breeze blows hard swirling all around
she smirks capturing silence