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One Set of Footprints: haiku of Bob Loomis


“These charming poems ask you to stop, lift your eyes up from the hand-held computer screen, and take in the little details of life unfolding all around you. Experience starlight that sings, a fog horn, a slamming door in the wind, walking into a spider web, while you enjoy the beautiful illustrations that accompany the experience.”
— Dave Holt, Author, Voyages to Ancestral Islands


“Bob Loomis’s finely chiseled work reflects his love of nature, humanity and kindness. Susan Jokelson is cut from the same cloth — and they both bring appreciative eyes to everyday moments in life to make them new and fresh. By making us more closely see what is around us, they make us breathe it all in just a bit better.”
— Kevin Fagan, Journalist and Author, The Lost and the Found

Includes 16 full-color illustrations by Susan Jokelson.

one seagull
wings spread into the wind
stays put

have these flies
come in to flee
summer’s end?

harvest moon
now this tree now that
dappled silver

the only casualty
of a killer freeze:
the iceplant

ISBN: 978-1-958408-38-4
Pages: 88
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2024

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