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Creative HAIKU challenge

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In its simplest form, the Japanese ‘haiku’ is a short poem that comprises three lines. The first line contains FIVE syllables (not words). The second line, SEVEN syllables. And finally, FIVE syllables again.

YOUR CHALLENGE: Create and SEND us your own haiku(s) based on your experience watching the Olympics. Perhaps inspired by your favourite moment or something more general. Unleash your creativity and have fun with it! We’ll publish some of our favourites on our blog next week.

(If you’d like some examples, check out the last time we asked for haikus.)

Submit your creative gems by midnight Friday 13 August 2021 (Sydney/Melbourne time).


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