Writing haiku is a bit more complicated than just writing a normal poem. The strict rules of haiku writing turn it into a rigorous discipline of verbal de-cluttering. Alysse Aallyn sees haiku as a challenge to divest the soul of earthly burdens and allow it to float free. In her new collection, she introduces the readers to well over 300 different haiku. The topics of the haiku are as diverse as life itself. Some have an obvious, easy to understand meaning, while others need to be read more than once to really understand them.
Lovers of haiku will find a great selection in “The Sacred Quiver” by Alysse Aallyn. There are haiku about monsters, Mexican Tango, cold calls, pity, and gratitude. Readers can open the book randomly and treat themselves to words about love, hate, the meaning of life, the meaning of death, and many topics in between. Just when you think all topics you could possibly write about were covered, you discover something new on the following page. Haiku enthusiasts certainly won’t be bored with this collection.
“The Sacred Quiver” by Alysse Aallyn is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7323-8841-7. The main aim of the tredition publishing house is to provide young and unknown authors with the chance to publish their own books, and to offer cooperations to publishers and book sellers. Tredition publishes books across all media types, distribute them in the book industry, and also actively market books since October 2012.
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