This is similar to this question but not exactly the same. I have seen haikus in the following formats:
The traditional / which is in five-seven-five / and is most common
But I have also read that some
USA writers / encourage using formats / such as three-five-three
Have seen / two-three-two / confused
But is this correct / and can there be multiple / formats for haikus?
Thanks @Shoover for Haiku corrections.