We have three Twilight movie posters (they’re not too large, but look pretty sweet) to give to the first three people* who comment below with a proper haiku about the Twilight books.
What is a haiku, you wonder? It is a form of poetry popularly from Japan. A haiku has only three lines; they don’t need to rhyme, but the first line must only have five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line five syllables. So an example is;
In Twilight they meet -
Young love’s true dream; but he is
Grimm’s (cynical) example is:
Twilight, the movie:
Not long before you can say,
“I preferred the book”.
Go for it!
* Also, you must belong to the Wellington City Library to be eligible.