Posts Tagged ‘ winter ’

The winter windstorm, a haiku by Bashō, translated by Jan Walls

The winter windstorm
hiding deep in the bamboo
has become silent
— Bashō (木枯らしや 竹に隠れて 沈まれぬ kogarashi ya, take ni kakurete shizumarenu)

— Jan Walls, translation

Tao, Dao and Haiku / Haiku and Happiness — and Haiku – (01):

winter with Tao <>
to write haiku
without words


Haiku and Happiness – – – and Haiku – (01): Tao, Dao and Haiku
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Donna Fleischer / the path

the path is

through winter somehow

one person wide

barely the moon

Donna Fleischer
bottle rockets

 

Akito Arima / haiku

夕暮のはかりに重き寒鮃                有馬朗人

yûgure no hakari ni omoki kan-birame

scale at dusk

the weight

of a winter flounder

Akito Arima
Fay Aoyagi, trans

from “Gendai Saijiki” (Modern Saijiki), edited by Tôta Kaneko, Momoko Kuroda and Ban’ya Natsuishi, Seisei Shuppan, Tokyo 1997

 

“Fat, too, fool, hey?” – The Mind in Morning (Snow in film) / BIG OTHER

Snow: Kubrick Style

“Fat, too, fool, hey?” – The Mind in Morning (Snow in film) « BIG OTHER.

In the midst of winter I finally learned  . . .  there was in me an invincible summer.

~ Albert Camus