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Naviar Haiku

Naviarhaiku 013

This week we decided to vary and we use a poem about everyday life. The sound of a phone ringing is something we all got used to hear: it’s one of the sounds we hear more frequently, a quintessential connector between people. Even on a Sunday afternoon, it can connect[...]
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Naviarhaiku 012

“Civilization is like a thin layer of ice upon a deep ocean of chaos and darkness” A haiku poem inspired from Werner Herzog’s “Encounters at the End of the World”. Welcome to the twelfth experiment of Naviar Haiku. Participants are to complete the task by Wednesday 2nd April and post[...]
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Naviarhaiku 011

“And all the voices, all the goals, all the yearnings, all the sorrows, all the pleasures, all the good and evil, all of them together was the world. All of them together was the stream of events, the music of life.” Naviar Haiku went spiritual this time. Welcome to the[...]
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Naviarhaiku 010

“Is the spring coming?“ he said. "What is it like?”… “It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine…” Last week we analyzed the coldest season, its secrets and its mysterious aura: this week we celebrate the season of rebirth. Springtime is an explosion[...]
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Naviarhaiku 009

How would you describe the coldest, most mysterious, and most nostalgic of the seasons, using exclusively music? Welcome to the ninth experiment of Naviar Haiku. Participants are to complete the task by Wednesday 12th March and post the track on our Soundcloud group  https://soundcloud.com/naviar-records Haiku poem by Marianne Paul Picture[...]
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Naviarhaiku 008

“Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories and the dreams of Time” This week we analyze the link between nature and memories. Have a great week creative people! Participants are to complete the task by Wednesday 5th March and post the track on our Soundcloud[...]
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Naviarhaiku 007

This project tends towards the total freedom of interpretation. I don’t know why, but every time I read this poem I think about my mates: the beauty of understanding each other at such an intimate level with someone is simply priceless. Empathy between people creates new energy: every time I[...]
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Naviarhaiku006

Few days ago a team of Australian astronomers has discovered a star that is 13.7 billion years old, making it the oldest star ever observed. The star formed just after the Big Bang and contains less iron than predicted by previous research. Few weeks ago we tried to create the[...]
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Naviarhaiku 005

“Dreams is an inspiring theme both for writers and musicians”. This is a quote by Rita Odeh, the writer of the week. Aren’t dreams an inspiring theme for our life as a whole? The source of creativity lies in the ability to dream, and in the ability to shape an[...]
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Naviar Haiku 004

Hello everyone, here’s the last haiku poem of the month, an abstract poem by Dietmar Tauchner. Present and past are inseparable, and the signs of our origin are immanent. The noise of our origin is the sound of the universe: the imperceptible but overwhelming power of the cosmos, music that[...]
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