Longtime poet and author Ben Moeller-Gaa has a new book just out!
Wishbones is a collection of haiku and senryu that explores the synapse between a moment’s initiation and its resolution. Moeller-Gaa shows us what’s possible in this unguarded space through evocative word choice and masterful turns, often with a touch of humor.
He writes of frogs and thistle, voyeurs and valentines, strip mines and singing bottles, among others. Learn how wishes are spun from the simplest bones.
You can read and re-read each of these seven selections from his book through Sunday, as he is our guest poet for the week:
what she said
the sound of blinkers
alone, not alone
in still water
of what comes next
the lines he underlined
the lines he didn’t
removing the weight
of my backpack
the grass also
to match her pace
To learn more about this book, you may go to: https://folded.wordpress.com/2018/09/27/wishbones/
Also, be sure to check out Moeller-Gaa’s website: