108 Haiku by Kobayashi Issa and 108 Paintings by Mark W. McGinnis
Kobayashi Issa (1763 - 1828) is considered on of the four great masters of Japanese haiku.
Mark W. McGinnis (1950 - ) is a painter and writer with over 120 exhibitions and numerous publications.
From the introduction by by David G. Lanoue:
Who is the Issa that Issa presents in his writing? He's a discoverer of the universe, gratefully attending to the small daily miracles that too many of us, in our rush to be somewhere else, miss. He lives in the here and now with heart and hands open to receive the Buddha's gifts. He shows us a way to live.
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