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Early Commentary on Missing the Mark

 " I didn't expect it to sing at me. "

                           - RIley Akemu

 " Strongly evocative of grief and feeling like you've 

   been pared to the bone. "

                           - O.R. Lea Riebeckite

 " Really beautiful poetry. "

                           - A. K. Moss The Worthy

" I wouldn't have picked this up in the store, as 

 poetry isn't really 'my thing', but I am so glad to

 have experienced the poems in this work. Many of

 the pieces resonated oddly - not in a bad way -

 shaking loose my expecations. "

                          - Jamie M. Samland

                                The Chronicler's Awakening Trilogy


Missing the Mark is a collection of deconstructed haiku exploring what it means to grieve. From anger to release, Ashe delves into the heartache of loss with concise, yet elegant verse, elevating pain into poetry.


Read as both personal and timelessly universal, Missing the Mark is a love song, a tender eulogy, and an homage to the human experience at its best, and worst.


This page, though quite basic at the moment, will be home to all publications by Ashe.

In time, all books of poetry will be available, not only at major book sellers, but also here directly from the author.

For now, please be patient with the growth of both the site and availability of information on poetry collections.

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