The above poem is from Burl, one of my favorite haiku collections of all time, written by Mark Harris and published by Red Moon Press.
As are these:
five instars in
Mark was kind enough to play a round of Questions and Answers with me. The results are still resonating and expanding for me, months later. Some have already appeared on A Lit Jellyfish. Here are a few more:
Is fear necessary?
Lessons learned from despair
What is group hypnosis?
It’s like crossing a field of dry goldenrod stalks
Why are the ice caps melting?
A moth fluttering in a closed hand
Questions Michelle Tennison, Answers Mark Harris (2016)
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