Which statement best describes the differences between these poems?
a. The haiku shares a distinct event in nature, while the romantic poem relays a personal experience with nature.
b. The haiku relies on a kigo to describe a season, while the romantic poem uses patterned rhyme for effect.
c. The haiku uses present tense to share a moment in time, while the romantic poem uses past tense to retell an old tale.
d. The haiku celebrates the solitude of night, while the romantic poem suggests that nighttime leads to suffering.