A Thousand Walks is a collection of poetry and haibun with nature as a major theme. The poems take various forms including a few haiku and tanka. There are several award-winning haibun, which are a Japanese form of literature comprising prose interspersed with haiku-like poetry, and dealing with a journey, usually in, or about, nature.
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By J. K.
May 26, 2010
As someone who doesn’t normally read poetry, I found this collection of poetry by Lin Edwards quite enjoyable. Her imagery is understandable and doesn’t fail to elicit an image for me. Her poems are about her observations or things that have happened in her life. The way they are presented makes you feel like you experienced it too. She is very good at bringing out an emotional response from the reader, whether it’s feelings of joy, awe, or sadness. I admit to being caught off guard by some of the poems, in that some of them were a bit darker than I was expecting. Overall, however, this collection of poetry is wonderfully written and, for someone like me who doesn’t read poetry very much, easy to understand and enjoy.
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