Jean Elizabeth Ward Presents Kimo Poems
KIMO POETRY is a post-Haiku poetic form, consisting of three lines of 10, 7, and 6 syllables. This form of poetry was developed in Israel. Kimo had evolved from the need for more than 5, 7, and 5 syllables in a Haiku in Hebrew. It usually describes one frozen scene that has no movement in it. Rhyme not necessary. An excellent book for the busy reader who would like to read one a day. Vintage Illustrations added. Bonus of an Elvis Presley Mandala.
- Paperback | 147 pages
- 168.15 x 260.35 x 8.64mm | 340.19g
- 10 Feb 2010
- London, United Kingdom