Vol VIII, Issue 4 Date of Publication: October 09, 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20529/IJME.2023.054

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Musing over ethics

Ganesh Singh Dharmashaktu
Haiku, one of many notable imports worldwide from Japan, represents a characteristic way of expressing soulful thoughts in the form of a three-line verse pattern. The verses generally follow the 5-7-5 rule, corresponding to the number of syllables in each line. The haiku is capable of conveying strong emotion despite its brevity. Occasionally, use of haiku in explaining succinctly the concepts and nuances of medical ethics can bring a fresh perspective to both new readers and enthusiasts.

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©Indian Journal of Medical Ethics 2023: Open Access and Distributed under the Creative Commons license ( CC BY-NC-ND 4.0),
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