Another blog post
To which can help so many
Falls upon deaf ears
This post can also work as a way to break from the chains of writer’s block – but today’s topic is using haikus to improve your lyrics.
The beauty of the traditional Japanese haiku is the limitation of syllables per stanza.
As you can see, the pattern of the traditional haiku is 5 – 7 – 5, and is strict to it. Because there is now a level of consciousness about the amount of syllables you can use, one is more mindful to preventing a run-on of words in the song lyrics.
While using a lot of words to create a story is great, using a small amount of words to still get the same effect is by far better.
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