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Naviarhaiku202 – wind blows its way to

I was glad to see so many sound interpretations of Santoka’s poem I posted last week: since he’s one of the haiku writers I appreciate the most I propose another one of his poems for our 202nd challenge, selected among the 8,400 poems he composed during his lifetime, many of which can be found at https://terebess.hu/english/haiku/taneda.html)

Seven days to make music inspired by Santoka’s poem. Find out more and participate at http://www.naviarrecords.com/about/naviar-haiku

 

Deadline: 22nd November 2017

Poem by Taneda Santōka https://terebess.hu/english/haiku/taneda.html

Picture by Patrick Fore https://unsplash.com/@patrickian4

3 comments

  1. after a long time hiatus (and a long time no see:)) – I will try to participate again regularly at naviar haiku’s :))
    first track for your sad november haiku: ‘totensonntag’ (sunday of (mourning of) the dead)

    and as a gift, one of my haikus in italiano:
    ‘una cantante / suona una sola voce / un fiume du blu’ (one singer / one single voice sounding / a river of blue)

    1. Hi Fabio, so glad to see (and especially hear) you again! Thank you for your music and beautiful haiku in Italian. I hope to hear more of your works soon!
      Marco

  2. tante grazie! :)) … and I had in mind with my haiku: ellen lee shoemaker – ‘the tunnelsinger’… maybe you know her and her work of overtone singing: truely sometimes an acustic ‘river of blue’!
    :))

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