Haiku Syllable Counter / 俳句音節カウンタ
Here's a Haiku we found on the web.
you and I tangled
up in hotel sheets, basking
in sunlight and sin
Found February 15, 2012
What is Haiku(俳句)? Haiku is an ancient Japanese form of structured poetry. Each Haiku poem is broken down into three lines. The first line has five syllables the second line has seven syllables and the third line again has five syllables. Traditional Japanese haiku focuses on life and nature.
What is Haiku(俳句) With Teeth? Haiku With Teeth is a word syllable counter which helps you quickly write haiku without the need to count on your fingers and toes. Noone wants to be counting while the muse is working? Inspiration instead of perspiration Yes you can use this site for more than just haiku.
Last Updated 01/01/2018 added new words.