Pilgrimage, haiku by Michael Dudley
Melodic and luminous, insightfully humorous, continuously wondrous — the evocative and provocative haiku of pilgrimage lead the reader on a compelling, encompassing journey of body, mind and spirit. Selected from his 15 previous collections, including some of his earliest work and many of his most recent poems, pilgrimage is the definitive expression of Michael Dudley’s distinctive achievement.
flipped onto a campfire log the catfish skeleton hisses heatwave my computer freezes shedding pieces of my past s y c a m o r e
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: perfect softbound
"Dudley is a major pioneer . . . [his] minimal poems . . . recall the experiments in language of M. C. Richards and John Cage.” James Deahl, Poetry Toronto