In honour of World Poetry Day, we decided to put together a series of haikus to fully encompass the Singapore experience.
If you don’t already know, haiku is a type of Japanese poetry that consists of three lines. The first and the third lines contain five syllables each, while the second contains seven. The lines rarely rhyme. Instead it’s all about being simple and to the point. See if you agree with these scenarios we experience every day.
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