200 Haiku Love Poems

· Crystal Gate Publishing
25% price drop on Nov 23

About this ebook

In this haiku love poem book, I am delivering an underlying message that is not only about romance and romantic love but even more, about the sacred feelings, perceptions, and sophisticated moods that deeper love creates. These poems perfectly express that spiritual and sweet aspect of love that we can find, sometimes, in a soulmate relationship. This collection of 3-line haikus is always a great moodsetter, and it is able to rekindle the flame of love, while clearly portraying that mystical joy of the heart that appears when two people are in love with each other.

About the author

Adrian Tanase is mostly known as an electronic music producer, creating music under the moniker Xplore. His love for electronic music began in 1996 and he hasn't stop ever since. His journey as a writer began in May 2018, when he started writing as a new outlet to express his creativity and also spreading the spiritual knowledge that he has gathered, over the years. In December, the same year, he received the 2nd prize for his first published short story entitled "They Were Two", at a contest held for the well-established science fiction club Helion, founded 40 years ago, in Timisoara, Romania. In 2018 and 2019, he has published three books, out of which two are collections of Japanese haiku poems and one is a spiritual title. In the future, he is planning to write poetry books, spiritual titles, and science fiction series as well.

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