Used to describe many tropes,
Which you can edit. Boku no haiku,
It is quite doubleplusgood,
But kind of too short. Haikus are easy,
But they don't always make sense,
Refrigerator. These Japanese poems,
Five, seven, then five again,
That is a haiku. There are more rules, like
A kigo to show the time.
No one bothers, though. The Haiku structure
Stops one from writing long words,
As they do not fit. Haikus can be hard
To write wait I didn't plan
This out well oh f*ck. Now look at this page
A haiku about haiku
Talk about meta Syllabic measures?
Five - seven - five. Oh my God!
Those poems aren't French.
Then Seven Seven Seven
Five Five Five Five Five
Is it a poem or more?
We may never know. This is a haiku.
It will be ending quite soon.
The haiku ends now. This is the first line.
And now onto the second.
Finally, the third.
- —@TT 454
and seventeen syllables
except when you need (a few more)