On the off chance that you have no idea what a haiku is, here's a little help: it is a form of Japanese poetry, generally gorgeous and often inspired by nature. In the Japanese language, a haiku traditionally begins with a five-syllable phrase, followed by a seven-syllable phrase, and is closed out with another five-syllable phrase. At least that's what the Internet says.
These poems are nothing like that.
It's true that these haiku poems have seventeen syllables and some of them are about the wonder of our nature world. But some are about relationships, faith, or the troubles with being human. Some are about snacks.
This collection is a little of everything.
Because life is like that.
- Size: 4” x 6”
- 100 pages
- Book pages are 100% recycled paper
- Written by Lori Hetteen
Get to Know the Maker: Lori Hetteen
Lori is a self-proclaimed lover of craftiness, tulips, fireflies, black coffee, low humidity, and bright colors. She's not a fan of peas, big snakes, little snakes, or medium sized snakes. Her heart belongs to her husband, her four kids and, foremost, Jesus Christ.