cricket dusk, haiku of Carolyn Hall
“Carolyn Hall’s latest book, cricket dusk, invites the reader on a journey through the seasons of nature and human nature with a bountiful collection of haiku that are classical and modern, poignant and gently humorous, subtle and powerful. These deceptively unassuming little poems are to be dwelt in and savored. Wordcraft in the service, not of virtuosity, but of revelation.” — Robert Gilliland
“A mature and polished collection by a haiku voice I’ve admired and learned from for years. Find a quiet corner, sit, let these poems wend their way into your mind and your heart. When you come to the last line, like the crickets at dusk, you will hunger for more.” — Francine Banwarth
hungry but for what winter moon nesting owls — who would I be if I had stayed the rain-swollen creek speaks my mind
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2020
Shortlisted for a 2020 Touchstone Distinguished Books Award by The Haiku Foundation!