I like haiku. I don't know if I do it right. 7-5-7. Three stanzas. Each complete sentences. Preferrably unrelated. Cohesive as a single unit.
A lot of American Haiku does not utilize three distinct and seperate full sentences. For some reason, I do, and sometimes take it a tad further. With Running Haiku, the stanzas, though unrelated, connect or bleed into each other linguistically (Amer. English) and can be read without pause.