Mysteriously, vol. 1
With only three lines,
haiku is deceptively simple.
It can reveal a nugget of truth, like gold. A morsel of deliciousness to be savored. An instantaneous transportation into another world. It can change your consciousness. Or it can just make you laugh.
In Mysteriously, the first volume in a trilogy of her haiku, Laura Lee Bond has compiled hard-won nuggets of universal truth.
In the atmospheric Watercolor-Rendered Words, the second in the trilogy, Bond’s poetry paints images of the natural world aided by the wind, a splash and a laugh.
Leave Us in the Now, the third volume, explores how we experience the present moment—whether it’s place, time, or the company we keep.
Watercolor-Rendered Words, vol. 2
Leave Us in the Now, vol. 3
The Love Around Us
some haiku-inspired essays
to brighten your day
do something you love
for today and every day
ripples in a pond
There is so much love all around us, in both the momentous and the mundane.
Wending through familiar human experiences, Laura Lee Bond’s poetry oscillates between the refined and the raw, between the visceral and the mystical, and between the harrowing and the humorous. Written with striking relatability to our own humanity, Laura Lee’s words swirl around us, ripple and expand outward, as we stand reading on the shore, each haiku gently lapping at our own reflections.
Accompanying essays included in this volume, give us a deeper dive into the author’s insights and her writing process. The Love Around Us is a bright delight.