Book of the Week: Illuminations
These poems by William Eiden can be said to border on the ecstatic—exact limnings of particular moments that are essential to the poet’s mind-space. This volume (self-published, 2004) also raises the question of the transmissibility of such moments, and of mind-space in general.
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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Jim Kacian, following a concept first explored by Tom Clausen, and are used with permission.
Marmoset sky pushing white winter rainlight dapples ivy covered window Sculpted horseSmudged window light-cocoon moon. . Conflict those cut flowers won't get done'You don't see much'—she summarizedIdling— Sax evening blown
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really like his use of moon–fragile moon, pale copper moon. Thanks for sharing
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