In stony moonlight
hills and fields on every side
white and bald as eggs …
A follower of Matsuo Bashô, Hattori Ransetsu was a samurai who became a monk after his master’s death. Just like the great Bashô, Ransetsu also was a frequent traveller and recorded this in his journals with haiku.
Seven days to make music in response to the assigned haiku: to participate visit https://www.naviarrecords.com/about/naviar-haiku
Deadline: 4th August 2021
haiku by Hattori Ransetsu https://breathhaiku.wordpress.com/tag/hattori-ransetsu-haiku/
picture by Marcus Woodbridge https://unsplash.com/@marcuswoodbridge