cloud eats mountain, haiku by William Hart
“William Hart’s haiku focus in on the emotional undercurrents of our lives. Whether suffering a wait at the airport or the worry before a heart monitor, “Clouds Eat Mountains” rings with truth found in everyday existence.” —Deborah P Kolodji, moderator, Southern California Haiku Study Group
Bill Hart has been writing haiku for nearly four decades, and hews to a style that remains mainstream in sensibility and compassion. His haiku allow us to see past the ‘special,’ to see the ‘ordinary’ and to realize its importance. It is the human quality most of all that he brings to his vision, and shares with us all.
This reprinted edition may vary slightly in format, but contains all the content of the original Red Moon Press edition.