Get that creative side of the brain cranked up and write some Seahawks-inspired poetry.

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We know Seattle Seahawks fans often wax poetic about their favorite team. Well, how about actually writing Seahawks poetry?

The traditional haiku consists of three lines, with the first containing five syllables, the second seven syllables, and the third five syllables. When it’s a haiku about the Seahawks, it becomes a “Hawku.”

Write your Hawku and share it on Twitter using the hashtag #Hawku, or leave it in our comments section below.

We’ll be watching for them, retweeting some of the best and publishing a selection of our favorites right here. Who knows: We might publish a few of them in the newspaper.

Please note:

  • Follow the 5/7/5 haiku form using line breaks.
  • No profanity.
  • Remember, haiku typically have a seasonal reference and feature descriptive language or allusions.
  • Share as many Hawku as you want.
  • Have fun!

Here’s a selection of people who have tweeted their Hawkus since Wednesday’s launch — and see more in the comments thread below:

Reader suggestions for haikus about the Seahawks.

https://storify.com/seattletimes/hawku