The Nature of Feeling

The Nature of Feeling


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Seven poets from the Mongolian group "Beyond the Limits" have contributed about 250 haiku to this collection. This is no ordinary haiku or poetry collection. Do you know much about Mongolian culture? This is an opportunity to become more knowledgeable of their poetry and culture. Also it is just a chance to enjoy some remarkable haiku. Mongolian poets, it seems, want to make a mark on the world of haiku. With this collection, I think we can agree that they have.

Praise for The Nature of Feeling:
An impressive collection of haiku by Mongolian poets. The Nature of Feeling is a gem. In the throbbing of a tambourine or the stirring of the steppe one can feel these special moments of place and timelessness. -- Sandi Pray, Poet of USA***

Because of their brevity, haiku depend for effect on the power of suggestion, implication. Thus, haiku are called the "unfinished poem". I am fortunate to read and savor this book of haiku which invites its reader to pause and notice the ongoing self-transforming creative force of nature, to enter the Haiku Moment by returning to nature and their true nature. Congratulations on your book and wish all the bests! -- Rita Odeh, Poet of Israel***

Haiku is for one thing, the universal form of poetry to express nature and season. I can feel four seasons, original landscapes and scenes of Mongolia in this collection "The Nature of Feeling". Four seasons mean the nature under time. I have the extraordinary impression that every poet here feels and expresses the various natural scenes in their haiku by their own view. --Taro Aizu, Poet and Novelist of Japan***

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692238745
Publisher: Mijikai Press
Publication date: 06/12/2014
Pages: 64
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.13(d)

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