Blowing from the west, Fallen leaves gather in the east. - Yoso Buson, japanese poet #haiku #poetry
fuubutsushi [Japanese 風物詩] ~ (n.) the things – feelings, scents, images – that evoke memories or anticipation of a particular season.
With clear melting dew I'd try to wash away the dust of this floating world. - Matsuo Basho japanese haiku poet original image from lotusworldimages #haiku #basho
Japanese Haiku Poem by Kobayashi Issa wrote about the beautiful night sky.
even then. (Kobayashi Issa) image from pinterest
The temple bell stops-- / but the sound keeps coming out of the flowers - Basho, epigraph to Mary Oliver's A Poetry Handbook (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1994)
Even an old man has New Year's eyes... Cherry blossoms. ~Kobayashi Issa #Japanese #haiku #inspiration NinjaBaker.com
the haiku-the shortest of poetic forms, but the one with most rules. Normally…
Irises- From which that Rainbow rises. ~Issa #Japanese #haiku #inspiration NinjaBaker.com
Japanese poet, Taneda Santôka's Haiku - Haiga by Kuniharu Shimizu : Let it dissolve / into the winter drizzle / my silhouette from behind:
How to write a haiku poem - The Pen Company Blog
The temple bells stops But I still hear the sound Coming out of the flowers ~Basho #Japanese #haiku #inspiration NinjaBaker.com
A heavy cart rumbles by - peonies tremble. - Yosa Buson 1716-1784. major japanese haiku poet
Wake Butterfly | lisashea #Quotation #Matsuo_Basho