Haiku Reviews

As will soon become clear when you read my haiku’s – I am not a natural poet, so be warned! While my haiku’s conform to the accepted structure of 3 lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables respectively the aesthetics of the genre are a different proposition.

My idea was to try and capture the essence of the book I’ve been reading, especially if it’s also one requiring a review. Due the compact nature of a haiku it really makes you think about the salient features of the plot, or the feelings the book evoked.

So for better or worse here are my haiku reviews.

(The) Brief by Simon Michael

Lost for Words by Stephanie Butland

We All Begin as Strangers by Harriet Cummings