A Plus Ninja Haiku
Pay tribute to the A Plus Sign ninjas by writing a Japanese Haiku poem. We may read your haiku on the air and it could even be produced into a commercial.
Ok, if you're like most of us, you need to channel your inner middle school-er to remember how to write a haiku. A Japanese Haiku traditionally only has 17 syllables (sounds) broken into three parts. The first phrase has five syllables, the second seven, and the last phrase has five syllables. Of course you can use your poetic license and break the rules, but when possible try to stick to the the traditional Haiku. Below is an example.
Now that your crash course in haiku writing is over, put your poem skills to action. Write a haiku about the sign ninjas at A Plus Signs using the form below. Good luck!