Haiku is a short poem of direct experience that connects us more deeply with the natural world. We will learn about haiku: its history, form, and structure; read many Autumn haiku, both famous and not so famous, and try our hands at writing haiku using fun and easy writing prompts. Our day together will include a Ginko (nature) walk, and end with a Renga, a linked verse form, done with a cup of tea. Fruit and dessert will be provided during the lunch break, and participants are welcome to eat together. Each participant will receive a small book of haiku by the instructor, and a writing notebook. Instructor Jeanne Martin
This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Our in-person class guidelines for the fall can be found at ccae.org/in-person-classes.
Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE) offers online and in-person classes in subjects including: World Languages, Visual Arts, Food & Wine, Humanities, Performing Arts, Life & Wellness, & Business & Technology. All upcoming classes can be found at ccae.org.
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