Posts Tagged ‘ haiga ’

Sabine Miller at otoliths, Issue thirty-eight, the southern winter, 2015,

Guru (B) by Sabine Miller*

otoliths.

Artist and writer Sabine Miller works with a small garden near San Francisco.

lifting the lid — a haiga by Carole MacRury

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September 16, 2013 | Fay’s Haiga

September 16, 2013 | Fay’s Haiga.

Area 17: Eleventh and Twelfth Days – Haiku poetry showcase by Alan Summers at Cornell University USA

Area 17: Eleventh and Twelfth Days – Haiku poetry showcase by Alan Summers at Cornell University USA.

Autumn Approaches / Joy o’ Kanji

Autumn Approaches | Joy o’ Kanji.

the sky
and nothing
but morning glories

Donna Fleischer
Hummingbird xiv : 3 March 2004

Character-Author Counter-Transference / V e r v e o l o g Ÿ

Character-Author Counter-Transference | V e r v e o l o g Ÿ.

Haikus, as you say, reach through metaphor to the thing itself. A sound, thunder, our response a short burst of poetry (or therapy). I like your direction with dream; your haiga on a leaf, which reminds of Eavan Boland’s great poem, “Woman Painted on a Leaf”, her cry to “just let me die”. And, then, the great quote from ManGong Sunim, who is new to me, so thanks all around. ~ Donna Fleischer”

メリル・アン・ゴンザレス / Merrill Ann Gonzales | Akasakana Haiku/俳句 Blog

メリル・アン・ゴンザレス / Merrill Ann Gonzales | Akasakana Haiku/俳句 Blog.