CR11 in Haiku Form

A newfound habit I have learned that I take great pleasure in is creating haikus. Haikus are a Japanese form of poetry with seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. They express much and suggest more in the fewest possible words, which is probably why I enjoy writing them as much as I do. I wanted to share my fun way of letting my creative side show throughout this experience along with a few of the sights that inspired them! I hope you enjoy. 🙂

Berlin
bustling city lifestyle
memories yet to be made
our journey begins

Munich
wet, rainy welcome
bonded through shared emotions
tough moments arise

Interlaken
the thrill of it all
fears faced, tears shed, 
a sigh of relief

Riomaggiore
tiny, new spaces
and a little mystery
an aha moment

Florence
there is no one way
to appreciate this life
find what works for you

Rome
so much history
hidden within this city
uncovered beauty

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