She told me that the theme is nature and that there must be no rhyming and no metaphors. AND THE RESULT, AFTER 15 MINUTES..
In traditional Japanese, the haiku was often written in one long string, from top to bottom, using 17 onji (sound-symbols), the shortest unit of meaning. These onji were usually divided into 3 sections, with the middle one being slightly longer than the others; a pause at the end of the first or second section often divided the haiku into two thoughts or images which contrasted or combined to make a striking perception, usually involving nature. Some call this Haiku Moment. Others refer to this moment of revelation shared by poet and reader as the ahness of the haiku.Click HERE for more information and for more examples of Haiku. :)