Tennessee Haiku

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Haiku is a form of poetry which developed in Japan more than 400 years ago and today is enjoyed throughout the world in many languages. The poems are usually of seventeen syllables and most often on nature themes. They are like little watercolor vignettes. This is a collection of more than 200 haiku, written over several years, in the Japanese tradition but on subjects found in Tennessee More
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Words: 16,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301958603
About Charles Hooper

Born 1942, same week as the Battle of Midway. M.A. in religious education plus 2 years of theological school, but I worked as a commercial artist for 35 years. Married Janet in 1964 and we have two daughters and two granddaughters. We live in a log house in the woods in Franklin, Tennessee, 15 miles south of Nashville.

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Review by: Patricia Hamill on April 06, 2014 :
Beautiful poetry.

I read these over the course of a month.

Each one brings an image to mind and many bring with them an emotion. I love the natural focus, the lonely images, and the relatability of these compact poems.

I never imagined haiku could be so powerful. I want more people to read these, and I want to read them again.

They don't seem to be organized by theme, though some themes come up again and again. I suspect they are simply presented in the order they were written.

I highly recommend this for those who enjoy haiku, particularly with a focus on nature. These are a mix of humorous, thought provoking, and poignant.
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