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naviarhaiku367 – morning light

morning light the first blossoms of spring bloom over-night A couple of days ago I came across another poem by Morikawa Kyoroku which I particularly liked. Morikawa Kyoroku (1656-1715) studied with the great Basho for ten months, who was the one who chose his nickname Kyoroku because he excelled in[…]

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naviarhaiku366 – An old carousel

An old carousel Riding peacocks and dragons Distant memory Naviar Records · haiku #366: An old carousel / Riding peacocks and dragons / Distant memory The picture depicts an old Victorian carousel in a permanent fun fair at Sutton Park (on the edge of Birmingham), active until the beginning of the early[…]

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naviarhaiku365 – things just happen

things just happen things just happen until the end of the year Naviar Records · haiku #365: things just happen / things just happen until / the end of the year # # # # # # # by sevenism AutumnLeaves20202h264 from Paul Fletcher on Vimeo. Here’s haiku by the[…]

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naviarhaiku364 – Deep in the water

Deep in the water, softly moving his fins, a carp, dreaming Naviar Records · haiku #364: Deep in the water, / softly moving his fins, / a carp, dreaming de cember by sevenism Morikawa Kyoroku (1656-1715) was another disciple of Basho, albeit less known. He studied with the great haiku[…]

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naviarhaiku362 – slanting rain

slanting rain, gentle breeze, no need to return home Naviar Records · haiku #362: slanting rain, / gentle breeze, / no need to return home flexive by sevenism Zhang Zhihe was a Chinese poet during the Tang Dynasty (8th century). He was also a government official before being banished, which[…]

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naviarhaiku361 – abandoned farmhouse

abandoned farmhouse off the snow-piled roof gusts of ghosts Naviar Records · haiku #361: abandoned farmhouse / off the snow-piled roof / gusts of ghosts – by sevenism Michael Dudley (michaeljdudley.com) was born in downtown Toronto and reared in the Greater Toronto Area.  He later lived and worked for 35 years[…]

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naviarhaiku359 – Dry sound of footsteps

Dry sound of footsteps Continue regularly Close to this lamp. Naviar Records · haiku #359: Dry sound of footsteps / Continue regularly / Close to this lamp. opening / shard by sevenism Here’s another haiku by Kakio Tomizawa (1902 – 1962): his poem we published last week inspired 20 tracks,[…]

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naviarhaiku358 – I close my eyes

I close my eyes and in the void a black horse prances Naviar Records · haiku #358: I close my eyes / and in the void / a black horse prances gradien by sevenism Kakio Tomizawa (1902 – 1962) was one of the most influential members of the Shinko Haiku,[…]

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