Haiku Cubed

1. Avoiding Then Enter The Stream

Cold water born-bred,
wife warmed me, warmer with kids,
grandkids even more.

2. Awakening From Cheerleader Fantasies

Imprisoned deep in
Five Hindrances – illicit
sexuality

3. Goet

Gay
poet
goes
where
spaces
open up.

Written by Gerard Sarnat – Portola Valley, California

Feature Photo by Alvaro Serrano


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Open. Candid Haiku about Everyday Life

by Z.E. Frey

 “There were “aha!” moments (It looks nice from here/ But I’m seeing piles of bills/Envy fades away) and moments of recognition (In order to grow /I must learn how to forgive/Damn. That’s a challenge.). Some of the haiku just beg to be copied on a post-it and stuck to my mirror (Eyes are like fire/When you speak arrows of truth/Killing the slander.)… Frey’s authentic voice is perhaps the best part. She shows so many individual facets of her mind and heart that she creates a wonderful mosaic of herself. “Open” is definitely worth the time to read. I suspect I will reread it.”

~Gail Sosinsky Wickman for Readers’ Favorite

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This book is not your typical collection of haiku. Have you ever wanted to vent but not compromise the identity of whom or what you are complaining about? A haiku is the way to do it! Laugh and be inspired by 560 thought-provoking humorous and brazen haiku about love, betrayal, faith, work, and even the struggles of weight-loss.

  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: IWA Publications/IWA Publishing Services July 4, 2012
  • ISBN 978-1477625323
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches

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