something with feathers

something with feathers


Kati Mohr

Klassiker & Lyrik


68 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783758306686

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 27.03.2024

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Nein

6,49 €

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"The title poem of this chapbook is a stunning twist on Emily Dickenson's 'thing with feathers.' If you hunger for tanka that are bold, original and richly-layered, you've come to the right place. The poems are presented one to a page, giving you time to plumb the depths of each one. Each section is introduced by one of Kati's illustrations, which, as you will see, are poetic masterpieces of their own. Listen, I don't usually promote things, not even my own work. But do yourself a favor and get this book."

Ken Slaughter
Editor, The Tanka Hangout in Ribbons

What could be crazier than writing a blurb in the third person for my own tanka book? I don't know! Because it's really weird, isn't it.

I could say ... 'Something with Feathers' takes you on a journey through nature, feelings and introspection. I could say ... My tanka collection weaves a tapestry of moments; each verse is a brushstroke, from rain-soaked flags to a shimmering crimson leaf. I could say ... It's about trauma, connection, finding identity, the passage of time and the mysteries within ourselves.

Someone else might say that Kati Mohr navigates the terrain of life with grace, exploring the depths of feeling beneath the surface of everyday existence.

All this is somehow true, and yet. It doesn't get to the heart of the matter. Read for yourself and then tell me if these tanka move you. If they do, my work has not been without value.
Kati Mohr

Kati Mohr

Kati Mohr, born in 1976, is a German disabled intuitive artist and poet, known online as pi & anne. She lives in Nuremberg with her family and two rabbits. Her aim is to explore the filters we humans use, because how we see things often says more about us than about the things themselves.

She is still busy creating a collage of her own life that makes sense to her.

Her poems have appeared in a number of journals, e.g. Kingfisher Journal, The Haibun Journal, Whiptail Journal, The Pan Haiku Review, MacQueen's Quinterly. She came second in the Marlene Mountain Memorial Contest 2023, organised by FemkuMag.


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