A. Contain strict rhyme schemes
B. Include themes about nature
C. Use a kigo to reveal details
D. Follow a fixed structure
Japanese haiku are similar to English romantic poems because they both include themes about nature. Neither do the two rely on end rhymes for their effectiveness. Since they are both used to convey emotions, they contain longing for nature as themes.
Japanese haiku and English romantic poems are similar as they both include themes about nature in representing this form of literature. The poems utilize pictorial representations of objects to relay the intended information by the poem to its audience and make it look more natural and relatable.
B. Include themes about nature. English romantic poems tend to praise the other counterpart in a romantic relationship; such poems end up thanking mother nature for the production of such beautiful souls on the lovely earth, hence incorporating the theme of nature. Similarly, the Japanese haiku deduct the haikus from the different elements of nature.
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