Blog Tour – After the Fires of Day: Haiku Inspired by Kahlil Gibran & Alphonse de Lamartine by Cendrine MarrouatPosted: September 7, 2021 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
For Day 2 of the WordCrafter “After the Fires of Day” Book Blog Tour, we’re over at “The Showers of Blessing” where Miriam Hurdle is hosting a guest post by author/poet Cendrine Marrouat about the poetry form of Haiku. I hope you’ll join us and learn more about this wonderful collection of Haiku, “After the Fires of Day: Haiku inspired by Kahlil Gibran and Alphonse de Lamartine.”
I’m delighted to have Cendrine Marrouat on my blog today to celebrate her new release of After the Fires of Day: Haiku inspired by Kahlil Gibran & Alphonse de Lamartine.
Dear friends, please help me welcome, poet, photographer and multi-genre author Cendrine. She will share with you about the poetry form Haiku.
The Haiku: A Celebration of the Human Journey by Cendrine Marrouat
When I announced the upcoming release of After the Fires of Day: Haiku Inspired by Kahlil Gibran & Alphonse de Lamartine, people reacted very positively. They were also quite intrigued and kept inquiring as to why I had chosen the haiku as opposed to other forms of poetry to pay homage to those two amazing authors.
The haiku is my favorite form of poetry. It has been part of my life for almost two decades. I have written hundreds of them. However, it is not the…
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