Toni Star wrote:The beauty of Camelot I will never forget
Dreams of glory, too good to be true
Haunt my autumn evenings with tears of sadness..
Toni, this meets some of the requirements for a haiku, but not all. It's got three unrhymed lines, and it's got a seasonal reference...but the syllable count, which is very important for a haiku, is off by quite a bit.
The first line should have 5 syllables (yours has 13)
The second line should have 7 syllables (yours has 9)
The third line should have 5 syllables (yours has 11).
A possible re-write that still captures the lovely mood of your poem:
Dreams of glory, unfulfilled
Haunt my autumn nights
It's very, VERY restrictive, isn't it? Just those 17 little syllables? But it forces you to pick words very carefully.
Care to give it another shot?