With haiku by Gary S. Rosin and
photograph by Richard Hunter, Resting Place Mono *
Collaborative haiga copyrighted © 2019 by the poet and
the photographer. All rights reserved.
shadows and the horizon
waiting to fly
feels grateful and privileged to have grown up on the west coast of Scotland. During
that time he spent many years working as a forester in and around the hills and lochs.
He grew to love the soft surreal light created by the frequent misty days that would
change the landscape into a silent monochromatic minimalistic world. To him, those
gently lit landscapes were beautiful, full of mood and mystery. The mood and mystery
of his native landscape have remained with him, and influence his images wherever he
See more of his work at Flickr and 500px.
poetry and haiga have appeared, or are forthcoming, in various literary and poetry
magazines and anthologies, including Concho River Review, Harbinger Asylum, KYSO
Flash, Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku & Haiga, Poetry24, Texas Poetry
Calendar, Untameable City: Poems on the Nature of Houston (Mutabilis Press),
The Legal Studies Forum, Visions International, and elsewhere. His poem
“Viewing the Dead” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Two of his
ekphrastic poems appear in
Waters, photographs by George Digalakis (Athens, 2017).
He is the author of two chapbooks, Standing Inside the Web (Bear House
Publishing, 1990) and Fire and Shadows (Legal Studies Forum, 2008) (offprint).
Selections of Gary’s poetry and photography can be found on his website, 4P