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Forest

I went into the woods

to count the countless trees,

where three hundred years

is young,

found they indeed have a number

the ancient mossy stumps of giants

felled long ago

host seedlings that may never

grow

to the heights of their ancestors

while the wind through the pine boughs

are whispered legends, myths in Mi’kmaq

quietly told to others who will never understand.

© Erik Hansen 2018

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Haiku Sunday

4-8-18

Hawks cry from the blue

they carry grass to their nest

far off crows protest.

© Erik Hansen 2018

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“Cicadas” New Release Date

Technical difficulties are forcing me to push the release date of “Cicadas”, my new collection of poetry, to next Friday, April 6th.

It will be available as an eBook from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo and others while I will announce the paperback release in approximately a month from now.

Thank you for your patience and understanding!

E

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2nd Cover Mock-up

Here is the second tentative cover. I am leaning towards this one as it is a cleaner, more simplistic look.

Thoughts?

Feel free to visit my website via the link below where you can shop, read about upcoming projects & subscribe to my email list.

Thanks for visiting!

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Cover Test

Tentative cover for the soon to be released “Cicadas” (4/1/2018)

Thoughts?

Comments are appreciated!

Also, stop by my new website and feel free to subscribe to my email list. No junk just good stuff!

Here’s the link to my site:

https://erikhansen67.com

Thanks for stopping by!

E

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Website Update

Hey all! It’s been a while I know; I’ve been super busy getting Cicadas ready and writing several short stories at the same time.

I did manage to get the new website up and running and you can find signed paperback copies of Compass there at a discount!

Also feel free to sign-up for an email subscription and I promise not to bombard you with junk but only good stuff!

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“Cicadas” coming soon!

I’m pleased to let everyone know that I will be releasing a collection of new poems in April.

“Cicadas” will be available in Kindle and ebook versions first, paperbacks to follow as soon as I determine where my POD services will be.

Here is a rough of the potential cover, as always, thoughts and criticisms are welcome.

Thanks for showing up!

E

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Offshore Canyons


“But what if I fail of my purpose here? It is but to keep the nerves at strain, to dry one’s eyes and laugh at a fall, and baffled, get up and begin again.”

Robert Browning

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07:30

its never so simple

black and white

right and wrong

this complex combination

that is us

the kindness and the cruelty

the hope and the despair

I see it in her painting

or his words spoken into air

comfort in the knowledge 

that the dark mountain

of the thunderheads

will give way eventually

to the ever present sun.
© Erik Hansen 2016

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Four 24


The modern gypsies arrive

midday

to back- in and plug-in

set-up and wash-up

solar panels gleam 

in the afternoon light

capturing the moment

the sublime paradox

of their motley

four wheeled renaissance.
© Erik Hansen 2016

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