Today we are doing haikus but they aren't called haikus and they don't follow the syllable count of haikus but they are haikus! Let me explain. Today's form is actually the Israeli version of haiku called 'Kimo'. Because of the Hebrew language, they essentially needed more syllables to say the same things. It still doesn't make sense why the first and t…
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