Want to explore?
There are some wonderful sites to learn more about haiku, senryu and other forms of Japanese poetry, and to see examples of haiga, which is photography or artwork combined with haiku. Here are a few great sources; many of these sites in turn have extensive lists of links.
Haiku and Senryu
Definitions of haiku and senryu on the website of the Haiku Society of America
Definition of haiku by Ray Rasmussen
Definition of senryu by Ray Rasmussen
Becoming a haiku poet, essay by Michael Dylan Welch
Haiku Society of America, a not-for-profit organization promoting haiku poetry in English
The Haiku Foundation, a website promoting English-language haiku
The Heron’s Nest, a quarterly journal of haiku
Modern Haiku, a journal of haiku and haibun
Frogpond, a journal of haiku, senryu and haibun published by the Haiku Society of America
Acorn, a biennial journal of contemporary haiku
tinywords, an international daily magazine of haiku and micropoetry
Prune Juice, an online journal of contemporary senryu and kyoka
Graceguts, an online poetry journal by haiku poet Michael Dylan Welch
Definition of haiga by Ray Rasmussen
Daily Haiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga
Haiga Online, the first haiga e-zine on the web
Haiku, Haibun, Haiga by Ray Rasmussen— a terrific list of links to haiku journals and more
List of haiku organizations by The Haiku Foundation
Also, search Twitter and Facebook for “haiku” to find yet more resources and practitioners.