I write Haiku and I don't. I write Haiku in the spirit where the compact, 3 lined, nature involved, usually with deeper meaning kind of poetry. But I don't write in the technical sense. Most, if not all Haiku I've ever wrote don't fall into the 5-7-5 syllable format.
Here are three of them.
Here's one way I interpret them. Of course you can interpret/enjoy them as you wish.
A Splinter on the Moon, is an expression of a persons trueness in heart. It can go like this. My heart is innocent. if the moon feels the pain, will it be better than my heart which feels....
Pawprints on the Snow, is about the eclipse of the human goodness in harsher times.
Cry in the Cradle, is about the dilution of innocence / honesty / purity / clarity of a person as we become tainted on our own world when growing up into adults.