«A book of Japanese poetry form that allows you to look at its pages at any time for a breath of escape… the haiku that finally fascinated the whole world and thousands of poets. When the author praises the greatness and beauty of nature, she does so with a poetic look, which reflects on nature, its power, the love, and the place of human (but not human-centered) in the universe she presents to us. If we fall in love uncontrollably in spring, do we have a greater need for the other person next to us in winter? The order of the seasons that the author choses, spring-summer- autumn-winter, are, perhaps, the seasons of human in an allegorical way ? Similar questions arise in the mind of the reader as one reads and re-reads the book. The drawings of the artist Nikos Papadopoulos, sets of dots, harmonized with the character of haiku, which consists of the power of the moment and the austerity of expression.»
Antonis Psaltis,poet, in newspaper
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