how confused the moon becomes
among the stones
In The Wind, p 30
Jewell was an American haiku poet and painter in the early and mid-1900s.
He was born July 21,1893, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Jewell married
Rhoda de Long Jewell, a piano teacher and fellow haiku poet. They
lived in El Rito, New Mexico, Venice, California.
had a small publishing company there, called the Sangre de Cristo
Press, named after a mountain range in New Mexico. He died in Illinois,
Leaves in the Wind. Venice, CA: Sangre de Cristo Press, 1976.
Foster & Rhoda Jewell.
Searching Today for Yesterdays Tomorrow. Venice, CA: Sangre
de Cristo Press, 1976.
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