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July 9, 2004

have you met Matt Morden?

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 10:58 am




canoeing pair small neg . . . Come, celebrate the informal rituals of family and rural life, with our newest Honored Guest Matt Morden


Matt lives in West Wales and is a college lecturer.   He has been widely published, and is associate editor of Snapshot Press, which published his first collection,  A Dark Afternoon (2000).   Here are a pair of Matt’s haiku to whet your appetite..


 


a child’s painting

bleeds into itself

summer rain

 




mountain wind

the stillness of a lamb

gathers crows

 

by Matt Morden, from A New Resonance 2: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku  NewRes2 neg

(edited by Jim Kacian and Dee Evetts, Red Moon Press, 2001), which has 15 of Matt’s haiku.  

“mountain rain” haiku, originally published in Acorn 3

 










moonless night 

the Goodyear Blimp floats

over and on the river

 

                                [07-08-04, edited Nov. 6, 2005]


one-breath pundit  



have you met Matt Morden?

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 10:58 am




canoeing pair small neg . . . Come, celebrate the informal rituals of family and rural life, with our newest Honored Guest Matt Morden


Matt lives in West Wales and is a college lecturer.   He has been widely published, and is associate editor of Snapshot Press, which published his first collection,  A Dark Afternoon (2000).   Here are a pair of Matt’s haiku to whet your appetite..


 


a child’s painting

bleeds into itself

summer rain

 




mountain wind

the stillness of a lamb

gathers crows

 

by Matt Morden, from A New Resonance 2: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku  NewRes2 neg

(edited by Jim Kacian and Dee Evetts, Red Moon Press, 2001), which has 15 of Matt’s haiku.  

“mountain rain” haiku, originally published in Acorn 3

 










moonless night 

the Goodyear Blimp floats

over and on the river

 

                                [07-08-04, edited Nov. 6, 2005]


one-breath pundit  



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