Tag Archives: haiku

below the crow first hole in the leaves Advertisements

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if haiku were a photo…

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Haiku: one line of type

“Traditionally the Japanese print haiku in magazines and books in one vertical column of writing…This equates to one horizontal line of type in Western languages…” The Haiku Handbook by William Higginson and Penny Harter

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my white window sill (ku)

my white window sill; the caterpillar’s long road

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lightning in the distance the feeling of a poem clearing the table

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Sometimes you need to lose things

Sometimes you need to lose things — a security camera hangs in the corner

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The poem I am living with today: Gary Hotham and timelessness

a few feet from our feet the ocean bottom starts Haiku by Gary Hotham

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