Submission deadline April 25
Join the annual Cleveland Park Library haiku contest, and let your creativity blossom! Write your own original poem, and share it with the community. We welcome people of all ages to participate, and we will display your entry for everyone to enjoy.
Japanese in origin, haiku is a three-line poem of five syllables, then seven syllables, then five. It may be serious or lighthearted , and may portray a scene in nature, or a feeling, or the essence of a moment. Traditionally, a haiku contains an unexpected turn of phrase or thought.