Crystallized Remnants: A Book of Poetry

By Robert Meyers Lussier

Poetry | Paperback


Crystallized Remnants mingles free-form poetry with shorter offerings of Psaiku-a form of expression based on the ancient poetic form of Haiku...with a twist: Tribes of Earth rejoice! As raindrops joined make oceans So too minds of men Whereas Haiku is centered around themes of nature, Psaiku focuses on humans and human nature. Longer, free-form poems, like "Desert Days" and "Vietnam 1," and "You Can't Hide Forever," also use powerful imagery and spare, concise language to reflect on the nature of man-on his psyche. This new collection is as varied and expressive as the author's use of language, making it a must-have for poetry lovers everywhere.



Robert Meyers-Lussier is a former actor, an army intelligence specialist, a multi-linguist in Russian, Japanese and French, and a history of working in politics. He’s been a restaurant reviewer and sports writer for Lavender magazine (MN) and a feature writer for Outfront (CO). He is also the author of Psaiku: Haiku of the Psyche (2001) and a cookbook: This Is Delicious! What Is It? (2004). Robert has traveled extensively and currently lives in Parker, CO.


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Robert Meyers-Lussier is a former actor, an army intelligence specialist, a multi-linguist in Russian, Japanese and French, and a history of working in politics. He’s been a restaurant reviewer and sports writer for Lavender magazine (MN) and a feature writer for Outfront (CO). He is also the author of Psaiku: Haiku of the Psyche (2001) and a cookbook: This Is Delicious! What Is It? (2004). Robert...


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