Raven Braids the Wind
Raven Braids the Wind is a moving collection of haiku poetry that is at once a reflection on nature, diary of days, and exploration of life during the second year of the Covid pandemic. Raven Braids the Wind started with a simple assignment in elementary school—write a haiku. That first haiku—Lonely people live/within themselves like dusty/books upon a shelf—is, a senryu (a haiku poem focused on personal reflection or comment about the self or world). Thousands of haiku later, this poetic form has become a daily journey in which the author explores and translates the natural world and the inner world of introspection. Whether or not you write haiku, you will be able to appreciate their accessibility and simplicity and find yourself opening doors and windows to companionable thoughts and feelings. Order copies from the author (email@example.com), manza.com, bookshop.org, Amazon. Linda is available for readings (firstname.lastname@example.org).