Posts Tagged ‘ The Mainichi ’

Haiku in Brooklyn, by Jennifer Needleman

If I had to choose one it would be Hosai’s butterfly’s shadow, which begins at 6:32. Others I love include: the first two; Buson at 15:50; and Bashō’s autumnal sun. – word pond

Hat tip to Brooklyn’s own noted haiku poet, Tyrone McDonald, for sharing “Haiku in Brooklyn”.

snowflakes gather strength, a haiku by Tyrone McDonald / The Mainichi Daily News Haiku

Haiku: Nov. 21, 2013

snowflakes gather strength

lightning

too dim for words

Tyrone McDonald (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

Selected by Isamu Hashimoto

November 21, 2013 (Mainichi Japan)

breaking up – , a haiku by Alan Summers / The Mainichi Daily News

breaking up –

the winter landscape

of sunlit horses

Alan Summers (Bradford-on-Avon, England)

Selected by Isamu Hashimoto

November 04, 2013 (Mainichi Japan)
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a cold haze . . . , by Bruce Ross / The Mainichi Daily Haiku: Nov. 1, 2013- 毎日jp(毎日新聞)

a cold haze . . .

the island more itself

at high tide

Bruce Ross (Bangor, ME, USA)

Selected by Isamu Hashimoto

November 01, 2013(Mainichi Japan)
Haiku: Nov. 1, 2013- 毎日jp(毎日新聞).

it all depends, a haiku by Tyrone McDonald / The Mainichi Daily News

it all depends on a dandelion seed

the color of frost

Tyrone McDonald
(Brooklyn, NY, USA)

January 31, 2013
(Mainichi Japan)
The Mainichi Daily News