by the railroad track —
the paths walked to get here
The Walk Home, Susan Lee Kerr. ‘Step through the Awareness Gate and join her’ Alba Publishing.
click of the gate
and my daughter’s heels –
The Walk Home. @AlbaPublishing, ‘entry into a world of ecstatic openness’
in a king’s garden,
your right earlobe jewelled
The Walk Home, ‘offers the accepting spirit an entry’
even the gas works scaffold
gilded rosy pink
#welovechiswickhouse The Walk Home, Susan Lee Kerr. ‘an appreciation of all aspects of life’
you, moon, behave!
I drive this winding road,
you’re bounding left and right
.The Walk Home. ‘a world of ecstatic openness,’ Colin Blundell (President of The British Haiku Society).
sun and whiskey smell
of roses, September’s blue
and final day
The Walk Home, Susan Lee Kerr. Alba Publishing. ‘beautifully crystallised moments’
rather than follow
Basho’s footsteps North, I rock
my baby to sleep
The Walk Home. Haiku, senryu, tanka. A retrospective, thirty years of writing in the world of haiku. Alba Publishing. ‘an entry into a world of ecstatic openness.’
the honey jar
brushes the vase and spills
The Walk Home. Haiku, senryu, tanka. A retrospective, thirty years of writing in the world of haiku. Alba Publishing. ‘beautifully crystallised moments expressed in haiku form.’
May morning greenfly
in my pink lipstick — you chose
a beautiful death
Soon, in June, The Walk Home, a collection of haiku winnowed from my thirty years of writing in the world of haiku. Published by Alba Publishing.
… our world is shifting in the biggest and smallest of ways, every little movement having a ripple effect on the whole complicated web we call life on earth. I think a lot of us, individually, are shifting right now too, and many of us are contemplating creative changes, career changes, relationship changes, and personal changes that we wouldn’t have given a thought to only two short weeks ago.