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naviarhaiku439 – Tall trees gently wave

Tall trees gently wave Sending secret messages Into the Spring breeze   John Hinks, aka FlownBlue, is a prolific and talented composer, and a regular participant in the Haiku challenge. Aside from his solo project, John is also involved in three improvising duos: ‘Windfall Light‘ (with Jim Tetlow), ‘Abstract Blue‘ (with[…]

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naviarhaiku438 – heavy rain

heavy rain the smell of black earth drift radial by sevenism   Richard Barnes is a freestyle haiku and senryu poet most influenced by Kobayashi Issa, Taneda Santoka, and Richard Wright. He works also as a graphic designer & artist with his own company Naumaddic Arts. Richard primarily shares his[…]

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naviarhaiku437 – high noon

high noon– the reed sparrow sings to a silent river   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by how the night came (@howthenightcame) im fluss (naviarhaiku 437) by Martin Neuhold s r by sevenism im fluss (naviarhaiku 437) by Martin Neuhold Among the four great masters of[…]

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naviarhaiku436 – lightning thunder

lightning thunder and rain all speaking at once     Elancharan Gunasekaran is inspired by Dadaist movements, butoh and anarchism. He believes that humans are capable of governing themselves without the need of political systems. His art often involves experimenting with visual and literary forms on the raw aspects of[…]

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naviarhaiku435 – softly-spun

softly-spun cherry blossom dream fends off the dark C.X.Turner (she/her) is a poet and registered social care professional living in the UK. She loves the brevity of Japanese short-form poetry and the fluidity of free verse. Writing daily and published in a range of Anthologies and Journals, you can find[…]

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naviarhaiku434 – is that a cloud

is that a cloud or a standing screen? again the moon is hiding her face   A contemporary of Basho, Den Sutejo was the eldest daughter of a distinguished samurai family living in the mountainous area northwest of Kyoto. After her husband’s death, she became a nun and spent the[…]

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naviarhaiku433 – if a touch

if a touch could heal spring rain a touch could – naviarhaiku 433 by Peter Annear C.X.Turner (she/her) is a poet and registered social care professional living in the UK. She loves the brevity of Japanese short-form poetry and the fluidity of free verse. Writing daily and published in a[…]

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naviarhaiku432 – Spring blossoms fading

Spring blossoms fading Magnolia petals fall The world grows older John Hinks, aka FlownBlue, is a prolific and talented composer, and a regular participant in the Haiku challenge. Aside from his solo project, John is also involved in three improvising duos: ‘Windfall Light‘ (with Jim Tetlow), ‘Abstract Blue‘ (with Kevin Buckland)[…]

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naviarhaiku431 – going in circles

going in circles a promising journey without end   circling by sevenism Charlie Lawler is a 70-year-old grandfather and recent retiree living in Minnesota, USA. He took up learning more about, and writing, poetry–mostly haiku–in January 2022. His last career work was in strategic planning and continuous improvement deployment in[…]

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naviarhaiku430 – high tide

high tide flapping in vertical waves a lone fish   light scatter by sevenism Marilyn Ward lives in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire and is married with three children and seven grandchildren. She is now retired, and her previous work was in social education with adult learning disabilities. Marilyn has been writing haiku[…]

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