Dictionaries claim to define plenty of words, but do they really tell you what the things in life mean? No. Hence, Miller’s New England Haiku Dictionary, the handy little book that settles all those doubts once and for all, and somehow manages to do so in 17 syllables every time.
Miller’s book features such poems as “Geogprahy,” which appeared in the November 2010 issue of Four and Twenty:
like Grandmother’s patchwork quilt
Grandpa killed to make.
Miller’s New England Haiku Dictionary can be order through Drafty Attic Press for $5.00 (plus $3.00 shipping and handling).