Richard Gilbert Professor and Ph. D., Faculty of Letters, Kumamoto University, Japan is currently visiting Southern California. He especially loves his visits to the poetry community in Pasadena. He has collaborated with Burbank poet, martial artist, musician and multi-media artist, Don Baird, on many programs projects and books.
the salient ebb
of creation db
in the natural light
one song threads another rg
in the abyss a moon falling db
new places promises shared under leaf rg
falling through angles shadow play db
deep in woods
all the dancing in
Don Baird is a poet and artist who lives and teaches in Burbank, CA. He is Grandmaster of Martial Arts, 2009 Masters Hall of Fame. He says “we are sharing some haiku from our book, Ink Zero (Ink Zero Press, 2015).
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>The Poetry Corner is hosted by Kathabela Wilson.
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