aporia, haiku of Rebecca Lilly
“Here she chronicles the rain, guesses the wind’s age and improvises nouns as she expands her mindscape. Serpentine, half-infinity symbol, always in motion, these playful and thought-provoking verbal roller coasters are best when said aloud.” — Peter Newton
Ice-heavy junipers unmoved by the wind — tired of being human Recurring memories of childhood — the dark matter of the woods Taking the shortcut without troubled thoughts — dayflower blossoms
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2020