We haiku, do you? @ the Bay View Library

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haiku.jpgIn honor of April being National Poetry Month and National Library Week being right around the corner (April 13-19), the staff at the Bay View Library has been inspired to write our own library themed haikus. Haiku poems are a type of Japanese poetry that has 17 syllables arranged in three consecutive lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively.  Try it, it's fun!

Story Time by Lisa S

Library shh shh

Story time kids rushing in

LIBRARY SHH GONE!

 

Da Bomb by Fran G

Think books are da bomb?

The library has them all.

Come see us today!

 

Read by LaToya P

Read Read Read Read Read 

Reading can be lots of fun

Grab a book and read

 

Library Card by Abby O

new library card

ticket to a different world

what a joy it holds

 

Oh No! by Abby O

self check out too fast

the gate sounds loudly, "oh no!"

sigh, now you must wait

 

Warmth by Jackie R

When it is cold out

I snuggle with a good book,

Imagination's warm

 

Summer Program by Jackie R

Plenty of good books.

Plenty to learn, plenty of

good prizes to earn.

 

Bay View by Alison Z

Bay View Library

The stories this building tells!

What awaits me there?

 

Boss by Chris G

Some days at Bay View,

Others at Tippecanoe,

I'm a roving boss!

 

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