Aug. 27 - Dec. 22, 2015
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|Tue||8 AM - 10 PM|
|Wed||8 AM - 10 PM|
|Thu||8 AM - 10 PM|
|Fri||8 AM - 7 PM|
|Sat||10 AM - 6 PM|
|Sun||12 PM - 5 PM|
Celebrate BMCC's 27th Annual Asian Heritage Month
10th Annual Haiku Contest
April 1 - 28, 2015
What is Haiku?
Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry.
A Haiku poem has 3 lines of 17 syllables-consisting of 5, 7, & 5 syllables, respectively. (The rules for writing Haiku in Japanese are strict, but in other languages it is simpler.)
Example from a Haiku Master, Murakami, Kijo (1865-1938):
(5) First autumn morning
(7) the mirror I stare into
(5) shows my father's face.
- Contest is open to all students, faculty, staff, & administration of BMCC!
- Every entry MUST invoke anything to do with FOOD
- To win, poem MUST conform to the haiku format
- All Haiku poems MUST be original
- You may enter as many different poems as you wish
- All entries (handwritten & online) MUST be received by noon on April 28
This year, every Haiku poem entry MUST invoke anything to do with FOOD (such as preparing it, shopping for it, eating it, digesting it, etc.)