Book review…Hipster Haiku

Here’s what a Haiku is:

Definition
hai·ku
NOUN 
1. short Japanese poem: a form of Japanese poetry with 17 syllables in three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, often describing nature or a season
OK…now that everyone knows what that means…I just got done reading the book Hipster Haiku written by Siobhan Adcock.
I enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it to anyone interested in Hipsters.

Only problem is…it’s extremely short. There is only one Haiku per page, and Haiku are only three short lines each. That means most of the space on each page is blank! It does make the poems look nice though…

Here’s my go at one…

Writing Hipster poetry is hard

It’s important to be witty

Try in the ‘Comments’

 

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