"Outside the Inner Dialogue" is a collection of Haiku poems written during the turn of the Millennium. The task of writing "A Haiku a Day for a Year" emerged from Don searching out a constructive and productive means in dealing with his Grandmother's passing. While sticking with the traditional 5-7-5 line syllable structure, he's chosen to play with the Haikus in unconventional and contrasting ways, exploring any and every subject that comes to mind. It's about taking notice of our surroundings to the most minute and finite degree. This is the first book in the Lake Parking Trilogy.