This may be a little too specific, but am I allowed to omit particles with verbs in haiku? Here’s what I wrote for context:


  • A haiku needs a kigo.
    – sundowner
    Aug 15, 2023 at 23:52
  • Ahh Ty imma try to put season words in them from now on, been doing it wrong for like a month now lmao Aug 16, 2023 at 2:40

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に before verbs such as はいる, 出る and 行く can be omitted in colloquial conversation. Also in haiku, it can be omitted, but in this specific case, it would be better use いる, a literary version of はいる, and say 夢に入る【いる】.

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