At the Edge of the Rain

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A collection of 63 haiku written by the author between 2013-1015, some of them embedded into her own photos or drawings. Main motifs: nature, family ties, childhood, memories.
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About Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu

I began to write poems in childhood, then, after a scientific education, I restarted to write poems when I was 36 (in 2007) and then haiku in 2010. I also translated some of my poems in English.

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Adriana Dascalu reviewed on on Feb. 17, 2016

I loved these poems - they're expressive, stirring a wide array of emotions, mostly because they have an evocative side, a je ne sais quoi that makes the reader relate to the writer, re-live (somewhat) the author's feelings.

I'm a lover of haiku and I can say the imagery here, be it natural or emotional, is one I've rarely experienced before while reading haiku pieces.

It's to be even more appreciated, since English is a second language.

I'm proud to share the same country and nationality with the author because of the genial, enormous messages hidden in tiny bits of gorgeous poetry.

Very moving, Cristina!
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Jessica Halsey reviewed on on Jan. 15, 2016

These haiku stir up memory in a gentle and powerful way. They inspire exploration and bravery.
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