Infinite Summer is a love that peaks and dies like the sun’s warmth. Mystical and melancholic, these haiku express the deep agony of love and memories lost to the golden enchantments of midsummer, and broken by the decay of winter thereafter.
Infinite Summer is a new haiku mini-book of mine, and so soon. Its release date is likely to be April 29th, for name-your-price on Smashwords and Kobo – meaning you can download it for free or pay a small amount to help out the author. The rest of April and May will be a very important time for me, as they also mark the beginning of several more serious works, which of course I plan to share tons of lovely notes and tips on to help out fellow writers. Anyway, here are the samples for this collection:
Smothered by sunbeams
A century spent scalded
Marsh bilge coats my heart
Ferns spiral, sea grass mildews
Mold moons orbit me
Reaper, slave to hearts
Cinnabar scars create him
Kiss of blood undone
Étude for a ghost
She reins dried tears of despair
Song born in waters
Download free copies of my other haiku here on Smashwords.