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      From Japan to You: Haiku from Around the World

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    3. Translation of a Japanese haiku  Select a translation of a Japanese haiku. Paste it here. After you enter your haiku translation, do not forget to enter the poet’s and translator’s names and book details (publishing information, year, page, etc.) or URL if you used an Internet resource.
    4. Is there a kigo in the haiku translation?  Did you find a kigo in the haiku translation? Kigo is the part of the haiku identifying a season of the year or a specific time of the day.
    5. Kigo  Enter kigo here. If there is no kigo, leave this field blank.
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    6. Is there a kiredzi in the haiku translation?  Did you find a kiredzi? Kiredzi “cuts” a haiku into 2 parts.
    7. Kiredzi  Enter kiredzi here. If the kiredzi is in the form of a punctuation, enter the punctuation in curly brackets {}. If there is no kiredzi, leave the field blank.
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    8. Mood  How would you describe the mood created by the haiku? Make your selection from the list of options below:
    9. Number of syllables  Count the syllables in the haiku. Is the number the same as in the traditional Japanese haiku (17)?
    10. Haiku of your own  Enter your haiku here.
    11. Your haiku art project  Upload a photo of your haiku art project here.
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