Simply Haiku: A Quarterly Journal of Japanese Short Form Poetry
About Simply Haiku
Summer 2009, vol 7 no 2
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Gillena Cox is a retired Library Assistant who lives in Trinidad -- one of the twin islands which make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. She has a daughter named Yanda and a son named Khama. She writes for the sheer joy of crafting her ideas into a poetic form, and she particularly enjoys short forms because of the constraints of abstraction in them. She likes to take nature photos, enjoys listening to music and will respond readily to a challenge for a game of Scrabble. Her poems are published online and also in anthologies. Her first solo publication is a book of haiku poems titled 'Moments' published by authorhouse 2007, available from the publisher and Amazon dot com.
She blogs at Lunchbreak http://myblog-lunchbreak.blogspot.com/
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