What is a tau-ku, you ask? I’m not entirely sure, either.
It’s one of many variations of the haiku, which is a three-line Japanese poem (usually with the theme of nature) in a 5/7/5 meter. The catch is, a Tau-Ku is in 6/2/8. Twice as much as the Pi-Ku’s 3/1/4.
Hanging from the branches. Asleep.
Why, you may ask, have I decided on writing a Tau-Ku entry before a Pi-Ku or even a haiku entry? Simply because I am never organized. Or if I am, not by much. Also, they have a Tau-Ku Day Contest at One Single Impression, which you should check out.