Posts Tagged ‘ haiga ’

Haiku – Molenkamp Fuyuko モーレンカンプふゆこ公式サイト

黒鉄の風船白夜を鳴り止まず
Kurogane no fuurin/ byakuya o nariyamazu
Foto

Black-iron wind bell
in the white summer night
tinkles on and on

 

夏逝きぬと我に別れの言葉なく
Natsu yukinu to/ ware ni wakare no/ kotoba naku
Foto

Summer passed away, I hear
without saying
good-bye to me

Source: Haiku – Molenkamp Fuyuko モーレンカンプふゆこ公式サイト

Kaji Aso’s Dancing Crabs – Haiku Commentary

dance crabs
under the full moon
until you become a skeleton

© Kaji Aso (1936-2006) (Japan)

Source: Kaji Aso’s Dancing Crabs – Haiku Commentary

Live To The Point Of Tears | Burn The Water

“Live to the point of tears”- Albert Camus Haiga by Paul Conneally for artist Jo Salter in his birthday 2029.

Source: Live To The Point Of Tears | Burn The Water

Sydell Rosenberg’s Feather – Haiku Commentary

in a toyless cage
the parakeet discovers
a feather to twirl

Sydell Rosenberg (1929-1996)

Hiromi Inoue, translation into Japanese and calligraphy

Source: Sydell Rosenberg’s Feather – Haiku Commentary

November 2016 – Haiku Commentary

dance crabs
under the full moon
until you become a skeleton

© Kaji Aso (1936-2006) (Japan)

Source: November 2016 – Haiku Commentary

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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