Haiku Book Reviews – part 4

Our Magic Hour by Jennifer Down
Painful and stunning,
like wandering softly through
the diary of friends.

The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer
If this were nestled
by everyone’s bedsides, we’d
all be better folk.

Relativity by Antonia Hayes
A heartfelt wander
through the stars, the mind and heart.
Un-put-down-able.

Fog a Dox by Bruce Pascoe
Neat, sweet and wise, a
gentle story to inhale
in one warm sitting.

Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
Crucial history.
Every Australian should
study this book. Twice.

The Promise Seed by Cass Moriarty
Gentle, powerful,
A quiet, thundering tale
of two searching souls.

The Children’s Bach by Helen Garner
You breathe Garner in,
so quickly, lovingly and
greedily, don’t you?

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