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 Mankh (Walter E. Harris III)

Mankh (Walter E. Harris III)

Born: in New York City New York, USA
Resides: Selden, New York, USA
E-mail: mankh (at) allbook-books (dot) com

Mankh (Walter E. Harris III) is a writer, editor, small press publisher, and Turtle Islander. He teaches haiku and brush calligraphy. Mankh enjoys nature, listening to music, and keeping up with world news, cultural trends, and global spiritual traditions.

Awards and Other Honors: Honorable mention (haiku sequence), Performance Poets Association (2002).

Books Published: Haiku One Breaths: a voice through a tangle (Allbook Books, 2004); Haiku Calendar with brush calligraphy 2009, 2010, 2011 (Allbook Books).

Selected Work
 
frigid night—
the bowl of soup
becomes my universe
 
neither the rosebush
nor blue sky cheer me today,
but the bird's song...
 
 
 
sunrise songs
birds drinking
the light
 
clock sprung ahead
lunch tastes
the same
 
 
 
months after the blossoms:
i remember to notice
the cherry tree
 
rain doesn’t stop
the cardinal from April
singing
 
 

Credits: "frigid night" - Frogpond 33:2 (2010); "sunrise songs" - Frogpond 33:3 (2010); "months after the blossoms" - Simply Haiku 5:3 (2007); "neither the rosebush" - Newsday.com (June 3, 2010); "clock sprung ahead" - Frogpond 32:1 (2009); "rain doesn’t stop" - Creations Magazine (April-May 2006).

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