Transported: haiku of Nicholas Klacsanzky
Throughout this collection, the poet’s voice, depth, and sincerity comes through his haiku, as well as his quiet demeanor, and sense of humor. I appreciate how each haiku allows the reader to be transported into other worlds, to see life through different perspectives.
Nicholas Klacsanzky is a saunterer, a word derived from the French term sans terre, “without land or home.” Transported is the epitome of haiku travelling within time and space, and yet showcasing timeless memories based on personal experiences. These poems vividly illustrate daily travel in a way that anyone can relate with.
dead leaves — my steps reveal what is buried night stroll an owl guides me to the woods the moth flutters between two windows . . . train to my parents subway air . . . a couple talks about adoption
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2022