The Pacific Soul by Jaume Plensa Haiku Poem Communication Experience Discussion

I’m studying for my Art & Design class and need an explanation.

Visual art communicates to us. Think about putting the communication experience of looking at an artwork into poetic words. To keep all of your poems short, sweet, and standardized, we will use the format of the Japanese Haiku.

Find Your Representational Sculpture:

Find a representational sculpture around town to inspire your poem. Snap a photo. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the sculpture is located in your thread.

(Already have a photo)

Create your Haiku:

A haiku uses just a few words to capture a moment and create a picture in the reader’s mind. It is like a tiny window into a scene much larger than itself.

Traditionally, haiku is written in three lines, with five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second line, and five syllables in the third line.

Line 1 = 5 syllables

Line 2 = 7 Syllables

Line 3 = 5 Syllables

Sample Haiku:

The last winter leaves
Clinging to the black branches
Explode into birds.

*Sample above and instructions taken from creative-writing-now.com

Instructions:

Your Discussion experience will come in two parts:

Part 1: Find a representational sculpture around town to inspire your poem. Snap a photo. A photo that shows you standing besides it is preferred, but not required. Be sure to also mention where the sculpture is located in your thread.

Part 2: Post your Haiku. Be sure to be descriptive. If you see the opportunity to implement the Visual Toolbox and Principles of Design you may do so. Make sure that the poem that you post is your very own. Be sure to tell us the name of the artist and the title of the artwork below or besides the attached image.

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