|Book: Ricochet by Mallory Rowe
If an experience can generate a poem that somehow captures its essence, then a poem -- itself an experience -- can beget a new poem that shares its being. As lovers find in each other their lost halves, these pairs of poems have made each other whole. Peter's responses to Mallory's original haiku help to bookend ideas that we both hold deeply and shared long before we met.
|Book: A Radiant Womb by Mallory Rowe
A Radiant Womb is Mallory Rowe's third book and is devided into two sections: As Above and So Below. Mallory explores tge connection of all living things in this book.All things come from the Universe and her radiant womb. Some reviews: "Mallory hits it out of the park once again, with this almost all too brief treatise on hope and hopelessness. Her imagery is stunning, and her command of form [...]
|Book: Crown of Stars by Mallory Rowe
Crown of Stars is Mallory Rowe's fourth and largest book. This collection of haiku is the culmination of five years of work using the haiku format. Mallory combines all of her previous subject matters to create a total world of observations and insight. Some readers' reviews: "Mallory is a poet on the top of her game, I've enjoyed her past works and this one feels like a culmination of sorts, [...]
|Book: Looking Inward - 50 Haiku for Reflection & Introspection by Mallory Rowe
Looking Inward gives readers 50 haiku that inspire introspection. There are five sections By contemplating the nature of our universe, the reader will understand themselves more. The depths of each person are endless, and the poems in this book help each person search those depths. One reviewer wrote: "So much of the beauty rendered through haiku lives in the words evanescing into a natural image [...]
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