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But first he said, "Learn the rules." If you are at that stage of the game (we are all, at all times, students), here are some old and new rules. You can't physically follow all of these, because they conflict, but among them I would hope you'd pick a set just for you. Then write down your thoughts, impressions, and feelings whilefollowing your own rules.
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You've heard Robert Frost's saying poetry without rules is like a tennis match without a net and it is true also for haiku. And Basho had his motto: "Learn the rules; andthen forget them."
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13. Have two images that are only in contrast when illuminated by the third image. Example: two things ready /but not touching the space between / fire
19. Use of common sentence syntax in both phrases.
12. Have two images that are only associative when illuminated by the third image. Example: fire-white halo / atthe moment of eclipse / I notice your face
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11. Have two images that are only comparative when illuminated by the third image. Example: spirit in retreat /cleaning first the black stove / and washing my hands