In the poems of Jean LeBlanc is a rare and fine blend of naturalist / painter / poet / teacher. Whoever lingers among her "flock of words" will find themselves steeped in a power often overlooked. Surprised at how far a little attention can take them. Her poems offer the comfortable tone of a hand-written letter to an old friend, full of compassion and intimate detail reminding us that "existence" may very well be "a little/ four-note song." I know one thing: I am a different person for having listened.
These are poems but they are really not poems. They are little exhalations, sighs and wisps. These are the things that you see in a darkened room that may be ghosts or leftover memories or something ethereal or might just be your imagination or wishes or thoughts. Or some aggregate of all or some of them. These are vignettes that take place in the quiet space between heartbeats.
We find the profound emotions and heights of imagination in this haiku collection. All haiku are animated by deep feelings. No doubt, these haiku reveal fresh originality and true inspiration that will certainly appeal to the readers.
Dr. Karunesh Kumar Agrawal