birth, haiku of Elizabeth McFarland
McFarland’s poetry takes us to the twilight hour and leaves us suspended between dream and reality, between past and future, between what-it-is and what-it-could-be. It lingers and lingers, sparkling and shimmering until it gently fades, leaving behind a whisper and a sprinkling of color. These poignant, personal, difficult images reveal the heart of relationship, the poet’s — and the viewer’s.
how far till the mountains look blue? waxing moon mother & daughter — the sea washes and washes its fragment of glass two of us with the same premonition — hunger moon
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2021