Create an original haiku poem about the library, a favorite author, or reading in general for your chance to win serious bragging rights! A haiku is a short unrhymed poem having three lines containing five, seven and five syllables, respectively.
Here’s an example by Librarian David Smith:
F. Scott Fitzgerald
traveled to Montgomery
the jazz age began
Each entrant may submit one haiku. A winner and 2 runners-up will be chosen by library staff. Those chosen will receive a nice journal as a prize! Entries will be accepted April 1 - 30. Drop your creation off at the circulation desk and include your name, and contact information. Winners will be notified at the end of the contest. Winning entry and the runner ups will be posted on the library website and on social media. All ages welcome to participate.