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Haiku

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In a world of grief and pain, flowers bloom, even then. - Kobayashi Issa 1763-1828 japanese poet #poetry #japan

In a world of grief and pain, flowers bloom, even then. (Kobayashi Issa 1763-1828)

We meet and we part all that remains are traces of brush and ink. - Daigu Ryokan, 1758-1831 image from brush&ink #ryokan #japanese #poetry #haiku

traces of brush and ink. (Daigu Ryokan 1758-1831) image from brush&ink

The Art of Haiku...In high summer, the book glows in the sun. Read on, with sunscreen.

instead of homethe cool moon’sstraw mat—Inoue ShiroIn the past hundred years, haiku has gone far beyond its Japanese origins to become a worldwide phenomenon—with the classic poetic form growing and evolving as it has adapted to the needs of the whole range of languages and cultures that have embraced it. Here one of the leading haiku scholars of the West takes us on a tour of haiku poetry’s evolution, providing along the way a wealth of examples of the poetry and the art inspired by…

Day 10: A 30-Day Haiku Challenge from Nicole Gulotta - Jamie Ridler Studios

During difficult times, it can be calming to turn our attention to a doable task, to focus on a project or challenge, to practice the art of channeling our experience into creative expression. For 30 days, Nicole Gulotta, author of Wild Words, is encouraging us to do just that with haiku. What’s a haiku? According to …

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Follow @ahaikuheart on Instagram for daily poetry: I think it is time / said the dandelion seed / to take on the wind / haiku poem by d.d. aspiras

Follow @ahaikuheart on Instagram for daily poetry: I think it is time / said the dandelion seed / to take on the wind / haiku poem by d.d. aspiras

no escaping it -- / I must step on fallen leaves / to take this path - Suzuki Masajo, Haiku (New York: Overlook Press, 2003), 67. #haiku #favpoem

no escaping it -- / I must step on fallen leaves / to take this path - Suzuki Masajo, Haiku (New York: Overlook Press, 2003), 67. #haiku #favpoem

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