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Sabine Miller

Sabine Miller

Born: February 01 1971 in Seattle Washington, USA
Resides: San Rafael, California, USA
E-mail: 123sabinetm (at) gmail (dot) com

I studied English at McGill University and Reed College and worked as a nanny, political canvasser, and photographer before contracting Lyme. Haiku was initially part of Buddhist practice but is expanding.

Books Published: Haiku chapbooks: poems from a garden (self-published, 2000); bee dance (tribe press, 2001).
Haiku and visuals: Shiny Things II (self-published/Scribd. 2013); Shoals [with Richard Gilbert] (self-published/issuu, 2015).
Haiku and other poetry: With Each Fall (Country Valley Press, 2006).

Selected Work
 
pink sky–– 
a woman sings 
to her laundry
 
crickets
the best part
of Wagner
 
 
 
twilight
tinkering
with the hinges
 
rock paper scissors ocean
 
 
 
in and out of courtyards
        the wind the cougar
                               tasted
 
spring––
my God-shaped vacuum
fills with rain
 
 

Credits: "pink sky" - The Heron's Nest 6.8 (2004); "twilight" - Notes from the Gean 22 (2013); "in and out of courtyards" - Modern Haiku 42.3 (2011); "crickets" - Modern Haiku 43.1 (2012); "rock" - moongarlic 1 (2013); "spring" - Mariposa 21 (2009).

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