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naviarhaiku429 – over the moon

over the moon under the sun– as the crow flies between by sevenism Lafcadio lives in the United States. She enjoys writing Japanese-inspired micropoetry as well as free form. Lafcadio has had haiku, senryu, tanka and haibun published in various online journals. She uses Lafcadio as her nom de plume[…]

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naviarhaiku428 – end of rains

end of rains sunny deep blue sky- winter is yet away   breeze error by sevenism   Aju Mukhopadhyay is a bilingual poet, author and critic who regularly contributes to International Journals and Websites on varied subjects. Besides many poetry and other awards, he has received Albert Camus Centenary Writing[…]

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naviarhaiku427 – marbled dawn

marbled dawn seems opaque but moving fast clears its path   Aju Mukhopadhyay is a bilingual poet, author and critic who regularly contributes to International Journals and Websites on varied subjects. Besides many poetry and other awards, he has received Albert Camus Centenary Writing Award, Laureate Award in Best Author[…]

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naviarhaiku426 – the long night

the long night made longer – a dog barking     A wandering poet and ascetic Zen priest, Santōka was a disciple of Ogiwara Seisensui, one of the first poets to discard the traditional use of the 5-7-5 structure in haiku. Santōka’s poetry emphasizes the necessity of sabi (solitude) in[…]

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Poetry in Sounds #2

Poetry in Sounds – Everything Never Comes Your Way

(cover image by Pawel Czerwinski) WINNERS FIRST PLACE: Sonic Bodhi The Other Side in April by Sonic Bodhi SECOND PLACE PLACE: Mikey_a THIRD PLACE: Duuster   Synopsis: In her third collection, Nicole Stellon O’Donnell explores the landscapes of memory, argument, and wilderness. These poems deconstruct memoir, dig at the roots[…]

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naviarhaiku425 – Looking, not seeing

Looking, not seeing – Suddenly I realise Spring buds unfolding.       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‘[…]

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naviarhaiku424 – sunset in snow

sunset in snow is like a letter read many times   Ryuta Iida (1920 – 2007) was the son of the haiku poet Dakotsu Iida. Initially a rice farmer, Ryuta published his first haiku volume, “One hundred noodles”, in 1954. Seven days to make music in response to the assigned[…]

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naviarhaiku422 – the edge of the world

the edge of the world – the road vanishes into a curtain of mist unled by sevenism Raymond Cobley is an experimental composer and regular participant in our Haiku challenge. Now retired, Raymond aims to explore the possibilities afforded by open-source software, which he uses exclusively for creating and editing[…]

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naviarhaiku421 – White and white

White and white Heaven and bottom useless –Winter cloudy Naviar Haiku by Church Of Dreams Yoshida Donguri is haiku poet who lives in Hokkaido, Japan. Yoshida is a caregiver who loves Buson, Santoka, and sushi. Seven days to make music in response to the assigned haiku: to participate visit https://www.naviarrecords.com/about/naviar-haiku[…]

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