Shauna Klauser is a family orientated young woman, who has used her experiences to reflect in her haiku. She is from central Illinois and grew up in a divorced home. Although there were tough times she never let this stop her from reaching her goals. Throughout her haiku she reflects on life experiences and milestones that shape many of us from childhood on. This shows in the following haiku.
new to me
a set of old keys
. . . finally sixteen
The title of this collection is Ever Changing. I have chosen this title, because this collection reflects on many of the experiences that I have had over the course of my life. As I wrote each haiku, I found myself always reflecting on the experience that I have had good or bad. I always aimed to write at all readers and hope to touch on every life experience. I felt that this collection has done this.
I have used my haiku as a way to express myself from a young child all the way to adulthood. I hope that I can reach out to all readers and spark a memory that takes them back.