Haiku is a form of three-line Japanese poetry usually about nature; yours can also be about senior issues or education.
Lines one and three have exactly 5 syllables and line two has 7 syllables. Rhyming is not important. Here is an example:
Haiku contest here in spring
Become a winner
Mail or email your entry by
May 1, 2015 to:
OLLI @ CSULB - HSD 100
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90840-5609
Or email to OLLI @ CSULB.edu
Include your name,
address and email address.All SUN readers are eligible,
except for SUN staff members.
Limit: one entry per person.
Judges: Linda Carr plus two more.
Winners will be recognized in the summer 2015 issue.
The 10th Annual OLLI Visual and Performing Arts Show was held on February 15, 2015. Under the Direction of Betty Hutchens, our student artists and talented performers showed off their skills! Thank you to Betty and her talented team of Art Show workers!