Haiku Generator Formatting Guidelines

How to format variables for the Haiku Generator:

You need to make four lists, one for each part of speech:
nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives

After each item, you have to say how many syllables the item has. For example:
"tree", "1"

You can have multi-word items:
"the gentle tree", "4"

Each item must be inside quotes, followed by a comma which is outside the quotes:
"grass", "1", "flower", "2", "willow", "2", "leaf", "1", "mountain", "2"

Also notice that there are no “carriage returns” between words — this is all on one line.

Here’s an example of four lists:

nouns:
"grass", "1", "flower", "2", "willow", "2", "leaf", "1", "mountain", "2"

verbs:
"Moving", "2", "Swaying", "2", "Growing", "2", "Swinging back and forth", "5"

adjectives:
"in the wind", "3", "slowly", "2", "well", "1", "in the soil", "3", "very quickly", "4", "", "0", "very forcefully", "5"

adverbs:
"cool", "1", "green", "1", "pretty", "2", "amazing", "3", "beautiful", "3", "lovely", "2", "colourful", "3", "turquoise", "2", "", "0"

You should have at least 20 items for each of your parts of speech. More = better.
(That’s a minimum of 80 words, total. You can do it! Eye of the Tiger!)