Naviarhaiku220 – a quiet garden


The haiku of the week was kindly offered by Zen teacher, writer and Naviar’s longtime friend Andō. I had the chance to have a chat with her in 2016, when we diiscussed meditation and creativity, as well as the relationship between poetry and music.

“[…] silence is not so much a recurring theme in my works, as the source all my work, whether it be poetry, writings, meditation, contemplation, retreat or silence itself. All my work arises from silence, in one way or another. Both silence and sound are inseparably connected. Sound arises from silence. When considered from the ultimate, all things, all perceptions, arise from silence.“ (Andō)

Seven days to make music in response to the assigned haiku: to particiipate visit


Deadline: 28th March 2018

Poem by Andō

Picture by Dmitry Bayer

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