Haiku Generator

Simply enter Your Idea below and select your desired style and click Generate.
You will get a personalized Haiku instantly.

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Welcome to our AI Haiku Generator, where the ancient art of haiku meets the cutting-edge technology of artificial intelligence. Our powerful AI tool is designed to help you create stunning, one-of-a-kind haiku that capture your desired theme, mood, and style. Whether you’re a seasoned poet or a curious beginner, our generator makes it easy to explore the beauty and depth of this timeless Japanese poetic form.

How to Use

  1. Choose your theme or topic by entering a keyword or phrase that you want your haiku to be based on. This could be anything from nature and emotions to specific objects or experiences.

  2. Select your desired mood using our dropdown menu to choose the sentiment or atmosphere you want your haiku to evoke, such as happy, sad, contemplative, or nostalgic.

  3. Click “Generate” and marvel at your custom haiku: In just seconds, our AI will create beautiful, original haiku tailored to your preferences.

Top 10 Famous Haiku 

  1. “An old silent pond…” by Matsuo Bashō An old silent pond… A frog jumps into the pond, splash! Silence again.

  2. “Over the wintry forest…” by Natsume Sōseki Over the wintry forest, winds howl in rage with no leaves to blow.

  3. “The light of a candle…” by Yosa Buson The light of a candle is transferred to another candle— spring twilight.

  4. “A world of dew…” by Kobayashi Issa A world of dew, and within every dewdrop a world of struggle.

  5. “In the twilight rain…” by Yosa Buson In the twilight rain these brilliant-hued hibiscus – A lovely sunset.

  6. “The crow has flown away…” by Natsume Sōseki The crow has flown away: swaying in the evening sun, a leafless tree.

  7. “A summer river being crossed…” by Matsuo Bashō A summer river being crossed how pleasing with sandals in my hands!

  8. “In the misty rain…” by Yosa Buson In the misty rain Mount Fuji is veiled all day – How intriguing!

  9. “Lighting one candle…” by Yosa Buson Lighting one candle with another candle – spring evening.

  10. “O snail…” by Kobayashi Issa O snail Climb Mount Fuji, But slowly, slowly!

These haiku, written by renowned Japanese poets such as Matsuo Bashō, Yosa Buson, Kobayashi Issa, and Natsume Sōseki, showcase the beauty, simplicity, and depth of this poetic form. Each poem captures a fleeting moment in time, often featuring imagery from nature, and evokes a sense of emotion or reflection in just a few words.

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