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E-Book Library

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‚ÄčThe E-Book Library will grow to be a collection of literary creations from the students of Aspley State School. The first of our books, "What Good Luck, What Bad Luck", was written by Year 1 Students during BOOST.

"What Good Luck, What Bad Luck"

Haiku is a form of traditional Japanese poetry. Although sound units are different for Japanese and English words, in English we most often use syllables when writing a haiku.

The form of 3 lines and 5,7,5 is commonly used. This refers to the first line containing five syllables, the second line seven syllables and the third line five syllables again. We have tried to link our haikus to the theme of nature, often used in Japanese haiku. We were also challenged to create a poem that makes the reader critically reflect on the topic. Our artwork has been our inspiration.

We hope you enjoy this collection

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Last reviewed 10 December 2019
Last updated 10 December 2019