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two summers: haiku of Bill Cooper

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“Bill Cooper’s range of topics — loved-ones, memories, political satire, birds, and plenty of baseball — reminds us that the poet’s work assimilating experiences into art is never done. He always manages to weave a great melody knowing sometimes you need the treble, sometimes the bass note. As always with Cooper, readers will find many haiku moments to cherish.”
— Tom Sacramona, editor, bottle rockets

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“Bill Cooper’s haiku are fresh, nuanced and up close to the natural world. His expert use of sounds, precise observations and a touch of humor offer the reader an intimate view — but one that we instantly recognize and know is true. two summers is the work of a seasoned haiku poet with deep awareness.”
— Sondra J. Byrnes

child drawing
the wobble in a row
of houses



salt breeze
a lemon shark
ignores me



jet lag
the morning schedule
a cup too full



a billowing sail
of parachute cloth
refugees

ISBN: 978-1-958408-37-7
Pages: 132
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound
Year Published: 2024

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