Tag Archives: Japan

Daily Haiku: Jan. 12, 2021

early snow turning off the alarm i watch silence       by Rick Daddario (USA) https://19planets.wordpress.com/  

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 6, 2020

weathered gray the old barn leans into the storm         by Jeffrey Winke (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. XXXI, No. 2, Summer, 2000  

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 10, 2020

autumn dusk on this road I walk alone       by Marco Fraticelli (Canada), Translator of Chiyo-ni’s haiku A Thousand Years: The Haiku and Love letters of Chiyo-ni

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 10, 2020

a piercing cry Noh Theater actors become their masks by Carmen Sterba (USA) The Heron’s Nest, XX, No. 2:  June 2018 Carmen Sterba was an international student and teacher in Japan for decades. She became enamored of haiku, and read … Continue reading

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Book Announcement by Maria Papatzelou

  “Inner Connections of the Liquid Sky” is the first book published by the visual artist Maria Papatzelou. It features 43 haiku and a mythical poem, a reference to the Japanese myth Kojiki, that Mr. Masashi Nakamura translated into Ancient … Continue reading

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Check This Out From Japan Code Books!

Familiarize yourselves with the Research Center for Japanese Culture Structural Studies: This book describes the entire Japanese Spirituality as the foundation of haiku culture.   ” Japan Code ” is our structural philosophy of Japanese spiritual culture, for the first time in … Continue reading

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Tanka by Susan Godwin

wintry mix– the small coffin is lowered springtime narcissus prematurely planted   by Susan Godwin (USA) Ribbons

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Tanka by Ellen Grace Olinger

Tanka   fragrance of leaves in the gardens what good friends we became as we grew older   by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) They Gave Us Life: Celebrating Mothers, Fathers & Others in Haiku

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Haibun by Janice Doppler

Three Treasures I wander a two-acre Japanese garden.  Raked gravel paths suggest the flow of water.  Pocket gardens focus on a single plant, sculpture, or boulder.  Purple, mauve, pink, and white azaleas in diverse stages of bloom.  A bee with … Continue reading

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Haibun by Marilyn Fleming

To My Grandson If one dull summer day you should find yourself in a melancholy mood, go for a walk through the meadow until you spot a green flat blade of tall grass with a sharp edge, and place it taut … Continue reading

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