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8.5 x 5.5"
Right under the big sky, I don't wear a hat
Right under the big sky, I don't wear a hat presents colloquial haiku and occasional essays by an eccentric and disturbed personality who spent his last lonely years at a small Buddhist temple off the coast of Shikoku.
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About the Author(s)
An alcoholic, Ozaki witnessed the birth of the modern free verse haiku movement. His verses are permeated with loneliness, most likely a result of the isolation, poverty and poor health of his final years.