not like Fred and Ginger, Recovery Haibun by Elizabeth Crocket
Elizabeth Crocket is a survivor, but that’s only part of the story she wants to share with you. These 17 haibun describe the human dimension of her conflict with cancer. It’s a paean to the will to survive, but also to the will to meet what life offers in human terms.
“The style in this collection is so matter of fact that you feel as if you are there, a member of the family, neighbor, or friend. There is something here that tells you that whatever happens to us it can’t disturb our inner peace, or destroy our essence, unless we let it. In this collection there is proof that at every turn in our lives there is indeed poetry, if we will just feel it and write it down.”
from the foreword by Mike Rehling
Size: 5.375" x 4"