A Haiku is like a momentary glint over a sapphire or glow from the most precious diamond of the world. It is a state of mind reflected through least possible syllables to share a unique experience with another mind. Simplicity, word aesthetics and deep spiritual pursuit are characters of a good haiku. Most importantly a successful haiku leaves behind a trail of imagery and feelings. It ends yet it ceases to end. That may be the reason why this poetic form is used most commonly and justifiably for poetry therapy. In this book Sumit shared sixty haikus written in classical Five- Seven- Five syllable form. Alliteration, wordplay, rhyming and use of imagery all are experimented in this small anthology keeping the sanctity of the traditional approach.