Write Your Best Haiku

Today is International Haiku Writing Day.  We’d love to see yours,

How to write a Haiku

Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry that is composed of three lines. The first and last lines have five syllables each, and the middle line has seven syllables. 

Haiku typically contain a seasonal reference, often focusing on nature or the senses. But here at Bronco’s, we tend to lean more towards the, how would you say, “Burgers & Fries Awesomeness”. 

Writing a haiku can be a fun way to express yourself and explore your creativity. To get started, think of an image or idea that captures what you want to write about. Then, use descriptive words to paint the image in the reader’s mind. 

Finally, make sure your haiku flows naturally and follows the 5-7-5 syllable structure. With practice, you can create beautiful haikus that capture moments in time and share them with others!

Here’s a few of ours just to get you started:

Juicy beef patty,
Melted cheese and crispy buns,
Hamburger delight.

Thin and crispy bites,
Golden treasures in a pile,
French fries delight me.

A city nestled,
On the banks of Missouri,
Omaha, my heart.

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