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Book of the Week: Pop Bottles

robinsoncover1Chad Lee Robinson from the very beginning has evoked striking scenes of the American West and Midwest. Pop Bottles (True Vine Press), his first chapbook, from 2009, is no exception, and illustrates that he has always known what it was he wished to convey, and already had the ability to convey it. Given the brevity of the book, we are offering only two samples, but of course the whole book is but a click away.

You can read the entire book in the THF Digital Library.

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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by THF president THF president Jim Kacian, and are used with permission.

long summer day — spoke by spoke the baseball card loses its rattle
shady sidewalk the sound of pop bottles lightly touching

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  1. Every time I read Chad Lee Robinson’s haiku, I hope that he’s working on another collection. –Billie

    1. Hi Billie,

      Another collection is starting to happen. It’s in the very early stages, so there’s no time frame yet. The work continues . . .

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