Use Haiku With Teeth to create your Christmas Haiku
With Haiku with Teeth you can create that special holiday haiku you'll want to share with friends and family. Why not use Haiku with Teeth to help write that Thanksgiving haiku or a special haiku for your holiday office party. Need a secret Santa haiku? What cowork wouldn't love to recive that for their gift? ;)
What is Haiku With Teeth? (歯と俳句) you ask?. Haiku With Teeth is a syllable counter for those who don't want to use their fingers. :) Well lets start with what is Haiku? Haiku is an ancient Japanese form of poetry written in three phases of 17 syllables. The first phrase has five syllables the second has seven syllables and the third again has five syllables. Traditionally the subject of a haiku was nature. Haiku with teeth syllable counter doesn't check to see if you're writing about nature... frankly only the most advanced serch engines can do that... plus how fun is it to write about rocks and air and trees when you can write haikus about your friends, parents, teachers, bosses & coworkers? Please use Haiku With Teeth responsibly.
Here's a Haiku we found on the web.
The parakeet sleeps
The monkeys ate bananas
The mouse laughed at them
Found May 25, 2015
Last Updated 11/23/2014 added new words.