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naviarhaiku333 – A wild sea-

A wild sea- In the distance over Sado The Milky Way. Naviar Records · haiku #333: A wild sea- / In the distance over Sado / The Milky Way. For this week’s challenge I chose a poem by the greatest master of haiku: Matsuo Bashō. During the journey that would[…]

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naviarhaiku332 – from evening mist

 Naviar Records · haiku #332: from evening mist / the bell / of life passing quiet wires by sevenism   from evening mist the bell of life passing Among the four great masters of Japanese haiku, Issa was the most prolific: during his lifetime he wrote over 20,000 haiku,[…]

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naviarhaiku331 – Peaks of cloud

  Peaks of cloud: The ship has crossed A windless sea. Evoking Sounds of the Natural World by Spare Chance inner tide by sevenism   One of the most influencial modern Japanese writers, Natsume Soseki’s literary career started in 1903, with a series of haiku and renga published on various[…]

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naviarhaiku330 – A bird flew past

A bird flew past very close a white feather fell Naviar Records · haiku #330: A bird flew past / very close / a white feather fell Every Moment is Full of Fluttering (naviarhaiku330) by (The) Unknown Artist Here’s a haiku by Unden, a participant in the Haiku Music Chellenge[…]

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Four Haiku #1 – Best of April 2020

A mix with tracks Naviar Records received this month in response to the Haiku music challenge. If you enjoy the show, make sure you follow our weekly podcast on Resonance Extra: https://extra.resonance.fm/series/naviar-broadcast sleeping, waking / the emptiness / of my mosquito net by Chyio (naviarhaiku324)   Agnostura Elwar — The[…]

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naviarhaiku329 – Creativity

Creativity, for which springtime light is lit like fire in my mind Naviar Records · Haiku #329: Creativity, / for which springtime light is lit / like fire in my mind   ‘I buried the creation in the fire by the hands of the creator’ (naviarhaiku329) by Spare Chance Ray[…]

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naviarhaiku328 – flowering fields

Expanding Petals from Paul Fletcher on Vimeo. flowering fields expanding the boundaries of my heart Corine is an author, haiku poet, publisher, visual artist, designer, and animal lover who recently discovered a passion for music: you can find her submissions to the Haiku Music Challenge on her Soundcloud and Facebook[…]

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naviarhaiku327 – meandering through the city

    CityPulse (Naviarhaiku 327) from Paul Fletcher on Vimeo. meandering through the city cars around infinite game This week I’m happy to present a haiku by Bartosz Leszczyński, a musician and regular participant in the Haiku challenge as Oxebe. “Bartosz is a self-taught music enthusiast from Poland fascinated with[…]

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naviarhaiku326 – rumbling in the mist

rumbling in the mist a whale soars towards the light – stories from below   View this post on Instagram   Forest . . . @naviarrecords #naviarhaiku #naviarhaiku326 #ambient #darkambient #microcassette #norns #cranes #looping @digitechfx #polara @redshifteffects #mirage #dawless A post shared by Stray Wool (@straywool) on Apr 2, 2020[…]

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online haiku workshop

REGISTER TO THE NEXT WORKSHOP I’ve been thinking about hosting an online haiku workshop for a while, and this may be the right time to give this experiment a try. Just like our workshops at the Naviar Haiku Fest, we’ll analyze the rules for writing a haiku and its structure,[…]

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