Marcus Liljedahl

Four Monoku


plan b looks a lot like a mountain lake


something romantic like cave paintings


figs begin to look like an idea


but the other template is fear


Marcus Liljedahl was born in the town of Malmö, Sweden. He is working as an operasinger and lives in Gothenburg. His poetry has appeared in Modern Haiku, Frogpond, The Heron’s Nest, Presence, Noon, Bones, is/let, Under the Basho, Otoliths and others. Marcus' haiku was included in the anthologies Haiku 2015 and Haiku 2016, edited by Lee Gurga and Scott Metz. He was also one of 17 poets to appear in the anthology A New Resonance 10, edited by Jim Kacian and Dee Evetts. He is the author of the e-chapbooks Between Now And Now and War Zone.
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