In these haiku, we find how the poet withdraws from outer experience to concentrate on the inner. These haiku are full of amazing and deep imagination. It is evident that in all these haiku there is present a rich style and a variety of melodies to attract the readers.
As you navigate the rapids, your senses are heightened and your focus is sharp. Every twist and turn of the river demands your attention, and you must work together with your fellow adventurers to navigate the challenges ahead.
Fujimoto artfully uses her language to tell her story through poems. Her spirit seems to grow with each line. Her memories are shared with thought. To write of the life of another, especially one you’ve lost is quite an undertaking and Fujimoto handles it quite nicely.
Jean’s insights and visualizations derive delicacy from the environment, birds, and nature, and sloshes a solvent of beauty mixed with the solutes of delicacy, homogenously on every page of the book through her writings. In this collection, nature's secrets intimacies receive brilliance from natural sources: birds, rocks, rivers, insects and trees. No doubt the author’s haiku begin with emotion recollected in tranquillity; the emotion is contemplated till, by a species of reaction, the tranquillity gradually disappears and emotion is gradually produced.
Many years ago I went to view an exhibition titled “Hands”, a series of photos by Japanese artist Yasu Suzuka (鈴鹿芳康) a friend, and respected senpai. There were many large black and white close-up photos of hands in the prayer position, as well as many small color Polaroid photos of ordinary people, hands grasped in prayer arranged in various patterns. Reflecting on the show later I wrote in my journal: “only Suzuka-sensei, a Buddhist influenced conceptual artist, could pull this off, make it have meaning, and not be boring.”
Short poems or haikus are not for everyone, but there’s a lot to be said to be able to contain your poems in such a brief form. First of all, it takes skill to write poems short in length (but not in what they say). Plus, this is also formal poetry because it’s written in a form.
Mai anevoie m-aş fi gândit că este chiar atâta nevoie de o oglindă verticală, într-un univers când prea plin, ilustru, când deşirat, fărâmiţat, depinde din ce unghi al dorinţei sau al lehamitei îl privim. Ideea noastră despre ceea ce este sau ceea ce am vrea ori n-am vrea să fie, este procesată mai departe în nemiloasa realitate şi în suava iluzie.
Well, as am 'thinking I dinna ken Muckle of Celtic, then comes McDonald ! And all the reading I've done of the works of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott will make any willing traveler more familiar, certainly not fluent, in a wonderful and ancient langua
Ban’ya Natsuishi and Sayumi Kamakura have both taken 50 of their best creating a wide variety of Haiku that haunts you like the ghosts of ancient scripts and combined them into 100 Haiku. Each of their Haiku, have parts of them that will take you on a j