These webs are from my own meadow in Michigan.
Some summer days when there is a morning mist,
one can see just how busy the spiders have been. jhh
edge of moon
a spider weaving
a star breathes
another, the slow swell
of a snail's world
night sky . .
in the darkest corner
a star exhales
An Inch of Sky;
haiku and haibun,
20 Notebooks Press, page 56.
(Available from Amazon)
I first met Dr. Angelee Deodhar at the
haiku conference some of our group attended
in 1997. She has written the foreword to this book
and recommended it to me.
I have rarely found a haiku book
that so impressed me. The standard of work
here is very high. I haven't been able to read
the haibun yet, but I am expecting them
to be excellent also.
June Hopper Hymas