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Unfolding Life: A Book of Haiku Paperback – June 18, 2014
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"...Complete with simple line drawings by K.R. Smith, this little treasure will demand multiple re-reads, as Terri has taken a seemingly simple form of expression in the ancient art of Haiku poetry to reflect on more profound and deeply thought-provoking suggestions of the contemporary world. Fascinating." -Reader's Favorite 5-star review by Emily-Jane Hills Orford
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I was looking forward to reading this new haiku collection but for me, it was depressing and not worth a re-read. And for me, that is one of the best parts of haiku, re-reading the poems, savoring the experience that the poet is trying to convey through their words.
I also don't particularly like haiku that strays far from the "rule" of having a seasonal reference in each poem. A lot of these did not.
what is a number?
floats in space, zero or more
IMO, that is just a random thought, written in haiku form, not an actual haiku poem.
Deleted from my kindle already.
This is my first haiku book to read and review. I must say, I rather enjoyed it and was amazed by the haiku's. So simple, yet so well crafted.
when life is bitter
and you are told what to do
don't add the sugar