Category Archives: Haiku

Autumn

Golden leaf quivers – the frost-tipped breeze reaches towards the coming snow

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Issa Haiku

wearing umbrella-hats they enter the blossom clouds – Issa, 1823

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Issa revisited

elsewhere, no doubt someone’s viewing this island this moon –  Issa

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Issa, 1813

lying spread-eagle cool lonely

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rain

birdsong breaks through the fog of sleep and dreams – rain drifts through the open window

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Singing lanterns

a quick song inside the lantern… katydid -Issa, 1818

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Issa again

with a lantern into the gap of blossom clouds  

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Issa #34

cemetery font– the willow at the gate bathes from Fun With Issa from haikuguy

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darkness

the rain falls as taps on my keyboard echo the night

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Fractal poetry

Haiku Natsugusa ya [Basho] Ah! Summer grasses, All that remains Of the warriors’ dreams. [Natsugusa ya tsuwamonodomo ga yume no ato] See more of Jing-reed’s creations…

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