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naviarhaiku351 – urban chorus

urban chorus harmonious tones uncomposed Today I’m very happy to share a haiku by Darren Bourne aka halF unusuaL, who is a regular music contributor to the Haiku challenge and also performed live at one of our events in London in 2018. Darren’s musical career to date has included international[…]

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naviarhaiku350 – Flutteringly

Flutteringly, Floating in the breeze, A single butterfly. Naviar Records · haiku #350: Flutteringly, / Floating in the breeze, / A single butterfly. prxcess by sevenism   Regarded as the father of contemporary haiku, Masaoka Shiki was a poet and literary critic during the Meiji period Japan. He advocated realistic[…]

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naviarhaiku349 – Inspiration flows

Inspiration flows in the least resistant path nature makes a choice Naviar Records · haiku #349: Inspiration flows / in the least resistant path / nature makes a choice The Endless Happy-Sad Stream. from Paul Fletcher on Vimeo. and repeat. by sevenism You may know Raymond Stull for his regular[…]

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naviarhaiku348 – whenever gazing

whenever gazing- blossoms a pain in the neck too Naviar Records · haiku #348: whenever gazing- / blossoms a pain / in the neck too suburban pastoral by sevenism This particular translation was done by Dick Whyte. Nishiyama Soin was a haikai poet who founded the Danrin school of poetry[…]

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naviarhaiku346 – pause pause pause

Naviar Records · haiku #346: pause pause pause / a crescendo of silence / wild applause inte mode by sevenism pause pause pause a crescendo of silence wild applause Here’s the last haiku we share from Moment, an anthology of 368 poems written between 1997 and 2020 by Ian Turner.[…]

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naviarhaiku345 – a cathedral of pines

a cathedral of pines rising into light echoes of birdsong Naviar Records · haiku #345: a cathedral of pines / rising into light / echoes of birdsong heat loss by sevenism Here’s another haiku by Ian Turner, a haiku poet living and working in France. This poem is included in[…]

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naviarhaiku344 – night club

night club the thin red line of a false smile Naviar Records · haiku #344: night club / the thin red line / of a false smile waning tide by sevenism Ian Turner is a poet and artist living and working in the Pyrenees Orientales region of France. Recently he[…]

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naviarhaiku343 – Persistently I stare

Naviar Records · haiku #343: Persistently I stare / At the moon / Still I cannot hear s o n e by sevenism Persistently I stare At the moon Still I cannot hear Sugiyama Sanpu (1647-1732) suffered from severe hearing problems for his whole life. What differentiates Sanpu from the[…]

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naviarhaiku342 – Hot summer days

Naviar Records · haiku #342: Hot summer days / suffer not to surrender / wintry cold water kaleyidon by sevenism Hot summer days suffer not to surrender wintry cold water   Here’s another haiku by a member of our community: Raymond Stull, who participates in the Haiku challenge as Stull.[…]

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