Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New book on the Shelves – #Poetry – Midnight Haiku: : A Year in Contemplation by Sue Vincent

Delighted to share the latest release from Sue Vincent is the poetry collection Midnight Haiku: A Year in Contemplation

About the collection

Haiku is a Japanese poetry form that has become very popular over the past decades, taking on its own unique character under the rules for Haiku in English. a creative mind just seventeen syllables sharing a story The three hundred and sixty-five poems within this book collate a year’s journey in poetry through the seasons and the intermingled landscape of mind, body and spirit. The poems were originally published as “midnighthaiku” every night at the appropriate time, leaving, like Cinderella, a trace of a day’s passing and a glimmer of the day yet to come. Each poem can be read ‘on the surface’, but each has its own layers of meaning too, waiting to be discovered by those who turn their attention to the heart.

Head over to buy the book: Amazon UKAnd: Amazon US

A small selection of books by Sue Vincent with Stuart France and Ani

One of the recent reviews for Life Lines

MacTrish 5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 March 2021

The themes in Life Lines by Sue Vincent are varied, accessible and remarkable in their ability to let you see things through her eyes. Commonplace topics such as a sunset, are described so perfectly and with a fresh viewpoint that reminds us that this moment is unique – that this particular sunset will never return.
The mood varies but the quality of the writing never loses its power or its clarity. There is much to stir the soul here and the way that Sue Vincent captures the essence of things – whether it’s watching a lover sleeping, a mother appreciating what age and experience has done to her body or an awareness of the natural world that we’re part of. The commonplace becomes remarkable when we see it from her perspective.
It’s hard to write a review of poetry because it’s impossible not to introduce a subjectivity that picks out details that appeal more to one person than another. What I can say is that there are poems here that will satisfy everyone – even those who don’t think they like poetry. That is the mark of a remarkable poet.

Read the reviews and buy the books: Amazon UK and: Amazon US Blog: S.C. VincentGoodreads:Sue Vincent – Twitter:@SCVincent – Ani’s Blog: The Small Dog’s Blog – Blog: France And Vincent
Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire born writer, esoteric teacher and Director of The Silent Eye. She has been immersed in the Mysteries all her life. Sue maintains a popular blog and is co-author of The Mystical Hexagram with Dr G.M.Vasey. Sue lives in Buckinghamshire, having been stranded there some years ago due to an accident with a blindfold, a pin and a map. She has a lasting love-affair with the landscape of Albion, the hidden country of the heart. She is currently owned by a small dog who also writes at S.C. Vincent

Thanks for dropping in today and it would be great if you could share the news of Sue’s new release.. thanks Sally.


51 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New book on the Shelves – #Poetry – Midnight Haiku: : A Year in Contemplation by Sue Vincent

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  2. Just read this on Amazon:
    beauty everywhere
    in the smallest creation
    even the unloved
    am off now to buy the paperback – I prefer poetry in book form because it’s easier to dip into as and when I feel like it. xx

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  3. A wonderful review of Life Lines, Sally. I was completely taken with Sue’s poetry. I recently read Midnight Haiku and the poetry is just as exquisite. It would make a wonderful source of daily inspiration. Congrats to Sue on both beautiful books.

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  4. I don’t think I’ve missed a Haiku of Sue’s in years. I’m hoping to get to do some reading again eventually and and have a copy of Ani’s Laughter Lines, and of course I’ll be getting my copy of this one. ❤ Congrats to power woman Sue for going through the publishing gruel through it all. ❤ Hugs xxx

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