Autor: Clelia Ifrim
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This is a collection of haiku poems, written to mourn the disastrous effects of the massive 2011 9.0-magnitude earthquake and terrible tsunami waves in Japan.
The income the author receives from the sales of this book, in its entirety, is donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Clelia Ifrim, the author of this book, is an accomplished poet and novelist, and her special gift as a haikuist has been acclaimed worldwide.
In 1994 she was awarded a special prize by Itoen New Haiku in Tokyo, and six years later (in 2000) she received the Jury's Prize from the same organization.
She was also awarded the First Prize of the "KO" magazine in Nagoya in 2008.
Two of her poems have been selected to be stored on the space module KIBO (=hope) by JAXA - Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
Read this book and immerse yourself in the universe of a very original thinker and artist, whose sensitivity fills every reader's heart with the subtlest music of words and ideas you have listened to in years.
At the same time, by buying this book you contribute to a very noble cause.