Haikus have a basic structure. Each haiku is different and unique. Each also has its own form. This collection of haikus uses a classic form of Japanese poetry to demonstrate the situation experienced by a particular segment of society, The Transgender Community. They are not crossdressers. They can be shunned, ridiculed, bullied, denied work, denied a residence, or be crime victims for no reason other than they are different. They can be homosexual. They can be heterosexual. They can be bisexual. Their sexual preference is irrelevant to their gender. They can be your neighbor, teacher, coach, attorney, or the awkward stranger. Each haiku raises a consideration. The author hopes this collection inspires the reader to wonder.