Found in an NYC Junk Shop: Forgotten Postcards between Two Haiku Masters

Found at the bottom of an old mailbox in a New York antiques store, a collection of postcards of a very special kind. The handwritten notes and unreleased poetry brought to life with illustrations, are all from a Haiku poet known as the Arizona Zipper, addressed to Cor Van de Huevel, another Haiku poet particularly influential in bringing Haiku to New York and the United States in the 1960s. Priceless!
Via Messy Messy Chic.

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