keep walking, haiku of Bill Kenney
keep walking reveals how the little poem has the power to soothe the challenges of the human condition. Much of this book deftly portrays the poignant aspects of aging and illness. Yet Kenney’s haiku/senryu also deliver both subtle and aha!-moment revelations and twists, plus some touches of humor. The title poem is an instant classic, portraying a moment where past, present, and future merge in motion. All in all, this collection’s emotional impact transcends discussions of form; so if you think you know the difference between haiku and senryu, read keep walking and think again.
bucket list as if I believe I’ll ever die inserting a semicolon; summer clouds fresh snow the children rising from their angels
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2021