Category Archives: Vol 1-3 November 2001

A Personal Haiku Selection

November 2001 A Personal Haiku Selection James W. Hackett The following haiku is singled out for its excruciating relevance and for the levels of consciousness suggested by its haiku moment: talk of war the comings and goings of  ‘dees at … Continue reading

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The Great Cloud of Witnesses

November 2001 THE GREAT CLOUD OF WITNESSES  R. H. Blyth Writes To James W. Hackett by Susumu Takiguchi, Oxford, UK  James W Hackett When R. H. Blyth died on 28 October 1964, at the age of 65 years and eleven … Continue reading

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Two Sides of the Same Petal

November 2001 WHCessay – Florence Vilén Two sides of the same petal Florence Vilén An aspect of the art of haiku is to say again the same thing that has already been said before, so many times. Cherries blossom, leaves … Continue reading

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Haiku Lessons : Kansho

November 2001 WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals Lessons Kansho Ferris Gilli, Instructor Peggy Willis Lyles, Guest Speaker In September 2001, Peggy Willis Lyles gave a special lesson for WHCschools Hibiscus Petals. Here, we share the students’ responses to Mrs. Lyles’ invitation … Continue reading

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Photo Haiku from Kamakura

November 2001 Haiku News – A Ginko in Kamakura A Ginko in Kamakura (with Photo Gallery) Carmen Sterba Kamakura, JP Photos by Mitsugu Abe Tokyo, JP The miniature maples (momiji) have turned to a rich red and the fan-like leaves … Continue reading

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Apple Jelly Haiku

November 2001 Haiku Treasure Trove – Riccardo Duranti (IT) In the August issue, we introduced the first “Haiku Treasure Trove”, a column featuring haiku and related poems which are excellent, but have not been widely read, if even at all. … Continue reading

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Enquiring Mind and Collapsing Body

November 2001  WHC Celebrations – Shiki Masaoka Centenary WHC Translation Project of Haiku Poems by Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902) Part 3, Essay 4 Enquiring Mind and the Collapsing Body Shiki’s Poem on the Snow by Susumu Takiguchi byochu-yuki (maegaki=foreword, snow seen … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Gift

November 2001  WHC Celebrations – Shiki Masaoka Centenary WHC Translation Project of Haiku Poems by Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902) Part 2 Masaoka Shiki Haiku Poems: Project (2) The Ultimate Gift – ototoi no hechima no mizu mo torazariki On-line Joint Translation … Continue reading

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Icon Haiku

WHR November 2001 icon images & haiku by Sonia Coman Constanza, Romania About My Iconography by Sonia Christina Coman Techniques: As a result of the research I have been doing for some time, I am now able to produce icons … Continue reading

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Of Persimmons and Bells

WHR November 2001 WHC Translation Project of Haiku Poems by Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902) Part 1 – Project 1  OF PERSIMMONS AND BELLS kaki kueba kane ga naru nari Horyuji   A Question of Interpretation Compiled and Edited by John E. … Continue reading

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