Japanese Haiku Poem by Kobayashi Issa wrote about the beautiful night sky.

Japanese Haiku Poem by Kobayashi Issa wrote about the beautiful night sky.

JAPANESE haiku poem "Getting weary / Time to find a lodge for tonight / Flowers of wisteria" ~ by MATSUO Basho (1644-1694) 草臥て宿かる比や藤の花 _____________________________ Reposted by Dr. Veronica Lee, DNP (Depew/Buffalo, NY, US)

JAPANESE haiku poem "Getting weary / Time to find a lodge for tonight / Flowers of wisteria" ~ by MATSUO Basho (1644-1694) 草臥て宿かる比や藤の花 _____________________________ Reposted by Dr. Veronica Lee, DNP (Depew/Buffalo, NY, US)

Japanese poet, Taneda Santôka's Haiku - Haiga by Kuniharu Shimizu : Let it dissolve / into the winter drizzle / my silhouette from behind:

Japanese poet, Taneda Santôka's Haiku - Haiga by Kuniharu Shimizu : Let it dissolve / into the winter drizzle / my silhouette from behind:

fuubutsushi [Japanese 風物詩] ~ (n.) the things – feelings, scents, images – that evoke memories or anticipation of a particular season.

fuubutsushi [Japanese 風物詩] ~ (n.) the things – feelings, scents, images – that evoke memories or anticipation of a particular season.

Japanese Haiku Poem by Kobayashi Issa. We are all friends in shared interests.

Japanese Haiku Poem by Kobayashi Issa. We are all friends in shared interests.

Japanese Haiku poem by Yosa Buson (1716-1784) 月天心貧しき町を通りけり "A high moon / I was walking through / A poor town." (Calligraphy by Yoz)

Japanese Haiku poem by Yosa Buson (1716-1784) 月天心貧しき町を通りけり "A high moon / I was walking through / A poor town." (Calligraphy by Yoz)

Beautiful Japanese Haiku by Murakami Kijo about how there is a good to every bad.

Beautiful Japanese Haiku by Murakami Kijo about how there is a good to every bad.

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