"These Haiku are an intriguing fusion of the best of Japanese and American poetic values." - Lane Nishikawa, poet, writer, actor, director of "Only the Brave", and former Artistic Director of the Asian Arts Company.
"An exceptional example of how the root of Japanese Haiku may sprout in foreign soil and produce magnificent blossoms in English." - Rabbi Marvin Tokayer, lifetime rabbi of the Jewish Community of Japan, and author of The Untold Story of the Japanese and Jews during World War II.
"Haiku like these deepen our understanding of the similar feelings shared by people of all cultures." - Joseph Lurie, Director of International House at the University of California, Berkeley. http://www.opengatehaiku.com