Haiku, whether poetic or visual, implies the presence of something that’s not there. It’s not just a poem. It’s not just a picture. There’s something more. Nature. Memories. Feelings. It speaks to your heart. It speaks to your soul. Something that’s a part of you. This is how we feel about Halloween. It’s more than just a holiday and more than just a season. Halloween, much like haiku, promotes friendship and community, encourages the exchange of culture and shared experiences. It is everything and anything, and beyond. By merging Halloween culture with this fascinating ancient art form, I hope that Halloween Haiku becomes a place where people can celebrate and share in their love for Halloween culture, haiku, and more.