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Journal

2015

The Hilltop Review

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Full-Text Articles in Poetry

Lucy, Robert Evory May 2015

Lucy, Robert Evory

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Pools Of Water: An Exposition Of Traditional And American-Style Haiku, Michael L. Albin Kiella Jan 2015

Pools Of Water: An Exposition Of Traditional And American-Style Haiku, Michael L. Albin Kiella

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Abstract: Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry that traditionally contains 17 syllables, ordinarily arranged in three line-phrases of 5-7-5 syllables. The intention of each haiku is to demonstrate the similarity between disparate entities, where the similarity is not completely obvious, or stand in juxtaposition. The poems are focused on nature and the natural world. The language used in each poem is concise and imagery-dense. An American form of haiku has emerged that attempts to distill the use of language to 11 syllables delivered in three line phrases of 3-5-3 syllables with brevity of articles. Alternatively, American-style haiku accepts a ...


The Four Seasons, Luke J. Chambers Jan 2015

The Four Seasons, Luke J. Chambers

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I, Jesus, Jill A. Mceldowney Jan 2015

I, Jesus, Jill A. Mceldowney

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Funeral Season, Carolyn Nims Jan 2015

Funeral Season, Carolyn Nims

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