afriku, haiku and Senryui from Ghana by Adjei Agyei-Baah
“A new voice in haiku, hailing from Ghana and a leader in the growing haiku movement of Afriku, Adjei Agyei-Baah enriches our world in demonstrating an accomplished sense of this brief poetic form. Often, animal, human and natural forms relate intimately in a fluid and organic sociality which belies the term “personification.” These works reveal a poet’s passion for his world and culture, without compromise — I highly recommend this book!” — Richard Gilbert
roasting sun an egret’s measured steps in buffalo shadow owia branee nantwinoma tutu nanamɔn wɔ nantwie sunsum mu dark moon the shriek of an owl unsettles a dream osram a ahinta ɔpatuo bi nteamu maa me bɔɔ pitiri wɔ daeɛ mu this lunchtime more protein in my beans — weevils awia ɛdidie ahocden mmorosoɔ me nya — atedua mu mmoa
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound
This reprinted edition may vary slightly in format, but contains all the content of the original Red Moon Press edition.