Posts Tagged ‘ kimono ’

Contemporary Haibun Online: An Edited Journal of Haibun (Prose with Haiku & Tanka Poetry)

Donna Fleischer

 

Just Enough

The river trail is flush with wild rose bushes. Flanked by them, their just enough scent, pale whites and pinks, kimonos slightly open

the folds
of the geisha’s robe
wild roses

 

Source: Contemporary Haibun Online: An Edited Journal of Haibun (Prose with Haiku & Tanka Poetry)

Kimono Under the Cherry Tree by Trey Ratcliff | moon on the water

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Kimono Under the Cherry Tree by Trey Ratcliff used with permission

Haiku by Yamamoto Yoshi (山本美) | Entry No. 1

wearing his light kimono
father makes a cup of tea
but I know it’s a dream

帷子の父が茶を点て夢解る

by Yamamoto Yoshi (山本美)

 

Haiku by Yamamoto Yoshi (山本美) | Entry No. 1.

Just Enough, by Donna Fleischer / contemporary haibun online

Just Enough

The river trail is flush with wild rose bushes. Flanked by them, their just enough scent, pale whites and pinks, kimonos slightly open

the folds
of the geisha’s robe
wild roses

Donna Fleischer
contemporary haibun online