Haiku Reflections III

| September 22, 2017


This is the third volume in the Haiku Reflections series by Geraldine Helen Hartman. Readers will be taken on another seasonal journey, with 120 new haiku poems, each exploring and celebrating the wonder and unique beauty of each of the four seasons.

Each poem captures the essence of a seasonal experience or observation, written in the modern haiku poetry form of: 3 lines and 17 syllables.

Take a well-deserved break from the stress and hectic pace of everyday life to enjoy the captivating verse in this book.

Here’s what readers are saying about the Haiku Reflections series:

“Exquisitely written poetry that will wash over your inner most being with a cascade of nature’s colours. Haiku Reflections by Geraldine Hartman will nourish your spirit through every season and inspire you to live each day with purpose and gratitude. A beautiful gift.” Cam M., a reader from BC, Canada

“There are many haiku sites/books with several contradictory rules (as is the way with “experts”). Haiku poet: Geraldine Hartman always seems to have full command of this poetry form.” Sue Turner, poet and author of: When the Wind Blows and North of Summer.

“I am always amazed when so much can be told in only 17 syllables and Ms. Hartman is gifted at telling a story with beautiful brevity.” Jan Morrill, poet and author of: The Red Kimono.

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