“The barn is still breathing” in Bill Duke’s gorgeous little book of poetry and image. Flowers and cattle, fog and church, the living, the historic, and the personal merge in simple elegant beauty. Here, the mountains breathe.
Author of A Catskill Catalog and The Myth in the Mountain
Trustee, John Burroughs Woodchuck Lodge
“…exquisite compositions in words and images.”
--Sean SchererKabinett & Kammer
Seventeen syllables and a photo, every day, become the path to discipleship in Bill Duke’s collection of haiku. The result is a “little blessing” for both author and reader.
Editor and Co-founder, Watershed Post
As farmers my wife and I work 365 days a year. Bill does the same with his poems. While we grow your vegetables, Bill grows your soul. This book daily feeds us. It’s a beautiful, organic and mysterious harvest. Eat up. Delicious.
--Steve and Kristie Burnett
Bovina NY Farmers