the crimson dawn breaks
river blushes glows under
sunshine and blue clouds
Haiku is a Japanese verse of 17 syllables or morae which are represented as 5-7-5 .While writing in English, these syllables are presented in 3 lines unlike the original Japanese vertical line presentation.The main theme of haiku is nature represented by the juxtaposition of ideas. Using the 'cutting word' kireji and a 'season word' or kigo, is optional in modern haiku.
This haiku is a double entendre which as the name suggests is open to two interpretations of which, the one is usually risqué.
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