Walking, Just a Little Water, haiku of Rebecca Lilly
Rebecca Lilly continues her exploration of the haiku form in Walking, Just a Little Water. This exploration includes “standard” haiku, but also parenthetical and gloss texts which complement and point up the more standard approaches. This is her fourth collection with Red Moon Press (Yesterday’s Footprints, Elements of a Life and Evergreen Moon).
“Rebecca Lilly has her eyes, ears and heart wide open to goldenrod and wood ducks, as well as to the fallow fields and precipices Mother Nature affords us. Seeking answer to “the things I can’t explain about myself,” through well crafted haiku and deliciously surprising juxtapositions, we learn a great deal about hern — and, more importantly — about ourselves, fellow travelers in this world.”
— Carolyn Hall, past editor, Acorn
River clouds settling in my body’s reflection . . . this growing doubt nothing’s transformable the sky glowing pink now on old wire fence traveling west my eye fords a labyrinth of sky birds vertigo
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound