Haiku comes from Japan and it’s a form of poetry that usually paints a picture of something in nature. Haiku starts with a vivid image in the first line followed by an interesting transition in the second line which leads to a different image or thought in the third line.
With Haiku, rhyme is not as important as the form. The form is the 5-7-5 syllable pattern of the lines.
I saw a star fall,
Made a wish, kissed her goodnight.
Whispering wind sings moon lullaby.