naviarhaiku004 – New radio

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the noise

of our origin


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 is not for humans to hear, but to to perceive. The German word “Sehnsucht” perfectly represents the constant research and nostalgia that distinguishes the modern age: we’re tending towards evolution, but the noise around us (and inside us) is primordial.

Haiku poem by Dietmar Tauchner

Picture by Oona Räisänen

This haiku poem is part of the Naviar haiku music challenge, where artists are invited to make music in response to a weekly assigned haiku poem. Participation is free and there are no limitations in the songs’ length or genre.

You have seven days from the posting of this haiku to submit your track. For information on how to make a submission, visit the Naviar Haiku Music Challenge page.

Submission deadline: 5th February 2014