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Q: Which of the following is NOT a sound device used in tanka and haiku? A. rhyme B. rhythm C. alliteration D. onomatopoeia
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User: Which of the following is NOT a sound device used in tanka and haiku? A. rhyme B. rhythm C. alliteration D. onomatopoeia

Weegy: C. alliteration
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User: Which of the following would most likely NOT be a topic for a haiku? A. a river B. a ballet C. an ice cream cone D. a presidential election

Weegy: C. an ice cream cone
Expert answered|bernalB|Points 0|

User: Who was the father of Haiku? A. Basho B. Okura C. Hay-On D. Koizumi

Weegy: A. Basho
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User: Crossing moonlit path Fox sniffs the fragrant night air Which of the following shows the next two lines of the poem? A. His fur gleams reddish gold His eyes accuse me B. And catches my human scent He knows my hiding place C. Smells a warning In the wake of my footsteps D. Sees the moon's shadow And mine floating beside it

Weegy: B. And catches my human scent He knows my hiding place
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Asked 7/8/2012 8:42:25 AM
Updated 7/9/2012 10:12:59 PM
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A HaiKu doesn't have rhyme, in fact most don't. It's the syllable count that's important - 5 in the first line, 7 in the second, 5 in the third.
Added 7/9/2012 9:57:01 PM
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Tanka and haiku do not have A. rhyme.
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D. a presidential election would most likely NOT be a topic for a haiku since traditional Japanese haiku has focused on nature and the place of humans in it.
Added 7/8/2012 9:27:17 AM
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Crossing moonlit path Fox sniffs the fragrant night air. The next two lines of the poem would be D. Sees the moon's shadow And mine floating beside it. Tanka poems are short, lyrical poetry structured in 31 syllables arranged in groups of 5, 7, 5, 7 and 7, syllables, in a two-part form with the first part in 5, 7, 5, and the second part in 7 and 7.
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A. Rhyme They’re both nice and short, and the lines do not have to rhyme. That makes it ideal for someone just starting out since there aren’t too many rules to follow.
Added 7/9/2012 10:12:59 PM
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