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naviarhaiku466 – Open road…

Open road… the distant clouds stepping stones Louise is an English teacher, poet and writer currently residing in Somerset, South West England. Using the beauty of nature as inspiration, Louise enjoys contemplating the connections between the human psyche and our natural world, allowing her thoughts and emotions to breathe through[…]

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naviarhaiku465 – syntonic

syntonic the acquiescent bend of a willow Jenn Ryan-Jauregui is a haiku and senryu poet from Tucson, Arizona. She was recently selected as the grand prize winner in the Haiku Crush Best Haiku Anthology 2022 contest, and has had work featured in several online publications and anthologies. Seven days to[…]

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naviarhaiku464 – from the mist

from the mist a boat for cutting reeds in the morning has begun to emerge   Mizuhara Shuoshi was a 20th century Japanese poet. Shuoshi rebelled against the principles of emotional detachment in haiku, which he thought limited his ability to emotionally express himself through poetry: he started a magazine[…]

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naviarhaiku463 – the fall

the fall of memory leaves Jim Young [haigo – Oyoguhito] is an old poet writing from his beach hut on the Gower peninsula, Wales, UK. Seven days to make music in response to the assigned haiku: to participate visit https://www.naviarrecords.com/about/naviar-haiku   Deadline: 23rd November 2022 haiku by Jim Young https://haikueye.blogspot.com[…]

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naviarhaiku462 – Icarus

Icarus the pelican hovers mid flight We discovered Kimberly’s writings on Twitter. If you find the haiku we chose inspiring, make sure you explore her Twitter profile for more evocative poems. “I am blessed to live by the sea. This informs a lot of my ‘ku. I also try to write honestly[…]

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naviarhaiku461 – the sound of rain

the sound of rain on a cold spring morn the town is quiet Craig Lincoln is a poet who enjoys the challenge of writing in many forms of poetry. He is the author of two poetry collections: A Mind’s Eye View Come Talk With Me, and Dance Macabre. His poems[…]

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naviarhaiku460 – Frozen dew gleams

Frozen dew gleams Spiderwebs made stark The cusp of winter natural arch by sevenism I came across David Pattison’s haiku on Twitter. David started writing poetry just a little over a year ago and uses it to share and express his love for nature. Seven days to make music in[…]

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naviarhaiku459 – without a voice

without a voice the heron would disappear – morning snow circadians by sevenism   Widely regarded as one of the most important female haiku poets, Fukuda Chiyo-ni was a Japanese poet of the Edo period. She started writing haiku early in her childhood and was strongly influenced by Basho’s poetry[…]

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naviarhaiku458 – adjusting to rain

adjusting to rain the slow purpling of clouds maybe this was it by sevenism Wendy is a relative newcomer to haiku, having stumbled across the form 18 months ago. Since then, she has written many haiku and tanka poems. You may read her poems on Twitter @WendyGent_. Wendy lives in[…]

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naviarhaiku457 – the bracing east wind

the bracing east wind cold as a nordic summer; kicking up white sand Colin Myles is the author of three haiku poetry collections on Amazon: Scarlet Skyline, Haiku Moments and The Barren Wind. You can find out more about him on his website, Twitter and Instagram pages. Seven days to[…]

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