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#bookreview Looking Inward: 50 Haiku for Reflection and Introspection. Mallory Rowe @petitspoemes

  • Publisher: Amazon
  • Release Date: January fifth 2015
  • Average Rating: 4.9/5 🌟


Available on KU Only .99 for the Kindle edition

Mallory Rowe can be found across Twitter // Tumblr // Facebook // Instagram as @petitspoemes



The haiku’s in this book are neatly slotted into five parts. The first section are haiku of a lost love, while Section Two Us writes of intimacies, and the third Earth takes us through seasons, and starry galaxies. The fourth section Universe takes even us further, with

we are all stardust

molded by mother Earth’s hand

brought to life by God

Section Five Beyond ends the book with a beautiful haiku. Absolutely spot on.

The writing is superb in this book. Rowe’s words delight the senses. She set the tone from the off: a hushed, and quiet night in, with some romanticism. To cover what she does in this book: our self, a relationship, the natural world, and our universe, it’s a great advertisement for the haiku, and senryu as well.




A Haiku published a day / A Project of Poetry Super Highway

Moon full of Moons Kat Lehmann

Maroon Daydreams Cheyenne Raine