Coronavirus Haiku: Poetry to Help Lighten Your Pandemic Days by James Weir (Book Review #800)


Coronavirus Haiku is a poetry book filled with poems about what the world is currently going through with this virus. It touches subjects like social distancing, the isolation, protests, and everything that revolves around the uncertainty this global virus has induced.

Many people have been affected, and the book is somehow a fun way to remind everyone that life still moves on. It is designed to ask the reader a break and maybe collectively smile. The book can also be used for quotations or punch line introductions.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I particularly enjoyed the parts where the author had written about the shortage of toilet paper or other weird things we dealt with at the beginning of the breakout.

The literature was written well and organized in a thoughtful way. The author has the potential in producing fun poetic books.

I appreciated the thought and notion of the author wanting to face the pandemic in such away. The poems were fun to read, and I enjoyed them. Anyone who is into poetry or likes to read for fun would find this book useful.

Written by Jeyran Main

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