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Signature haiku

Earlier this year, I was very pleased to see that The Signature Haiku Anthology: Including Senryu and Tanka, edited by Robert Epstein, included one of my poems.


Robert Epstein describes a signature poem as “a unique and authentic expression of one’s haiku spirit or sensibility,” a poem by which the poet would wish to be remembered.


Now Gregory Pico, noting in one of his posts that “Some writers selected their most awarded and anthologized poem, while others chose a poem that best captured their poetic style, or portrayed a place or event of deep personal importance,” selected a few of these poems to feature on his website. Mine was included! Thank you so much, Gregory Pico!

whether
I am here or not
returning tide