black and white, haiku of Ernest Wit
If you have encountered the work of Ernest Wit, it has probably been through contest results, where he has proven very successful. But in this volume, his first full-length collection in English, you will discover another side of Wit, where he delves into relationship, loneliness, the mystery of the self, and most of all, what it is that keeps us getting up again each morning. This is delivered in a matter-of-fact yet wry tone, couched in an overarching scheme of the book will carry you through the seasons of the year and his life.
onset of winter the big picture becomes black and white
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound