nameless, haiku and senryu by d w skrivseth
Donald Skrivseth’s second full-length collection of haiku and senryu takes up where his first left off — searching for answers, or, failing that, clues to our mysterious life, to which haiku are uniquely formulated to give expression. This is a new and distinct voice in the haiku world with which you will wish to become acquainted.
“What we have here is a poet [who] fearlessly stalks the wild and the domestic for poetic truth which is, and shall always be, nameless. There is nothing to possess as every thing itself leads to faith. Tread attentively with the poet and you too will discover the sacred that gives life to all.”
— Robert Epstein, psychotherapist
the list long and growing vanishing earthprints snowflake on her eyelash chance meeting october rain the name i cannot say without pain
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.