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Motorcycle Haiku Poems

By Walter F. Kern

Motorcyclists have fun with Haiku poetry

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Our Motorcycle Views members have submitted their own motorcycle Haiku poems.

Haiku is a three line unrhymed verse with the first line containing 5 syllables, the second line containing 7 syllables and the last line containing 5 syllables. Sometimes the verse has a seasonal theme.

Here's an example:

Summer calls to me
Come ride your motorcycle
Live without your cage

Haiku is an old literary poetic form. We will not dwell on the ever evolving rules of haiku composition. That is best left to the experts. All I know is that motorcyclists seem to like motorcycle haiku poems. That is evident as you read the 17 syllable haiku poems contained in our collection. I think you will be amazed that the feelings of riders can be so succinctly expressed in just three short lines.

We present here a collection of motorcycle haiku poems as submitted by visitors to the Motorcycle Views site.

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Think you can write a motorcycle haiku poem? Send in your creation. We will place it in our motorcycle haiku poem collection.

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