the slant of april snow, haiku by Laurie D. Morrissey
“This collection is the work of a top class nature poet, very skilled at both observation and use of language. [Morrissey’s] view of nature and her place in it is perceptive and subtle but the images are not obscure. Rather, they invite us in to participate and bring our own world experience. Morrissey writes a bit of herself, and others, yet they all smoothly fit the place. the slant of april snow is a book to dip into again and again.”
— Paul MacNeil
“the slant of april snow captivates with its scenes of subtle, understated intimacy. The collection’s recurring imagery, set within shifting seasonal and temporal landscapes, allows us to feel the interconnectedness of all things. To immerse one’s self in these poems is to experience the tensions and inevitabilities of the unchanging, the ever-changing.”
— Paul Chambers
late-season boil the old sap house breathing steam measuring the fish my grandson says we need bigger bait thin ice a spotted turtle swims slowly
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.