Category Archives: Vol 2-2 July 2002

The Beat of Different Drummers

WHR July 2002 Shades of Ink: Translating the Japanese poem The Beat of Different Drummers: English Translations of Hokku from Matsuo Basho’s Oku no hosomichi Mark Jewel, Waseda University (*The following paper was first published, without the Appendix, in The … Continue reading

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Haiku enlightenment, part 2

WHR July 2002 A Haiku Path – Gabriel Rosenstock HAIKU ENLIGHTENMENT Part 2 GABRIEL ROSENSTOCK Dublin, Ireland   The Heraclitean truth. ‘You never step into the same river twice,’ is a truth lived each day by the haikuist, one that … Continue reading

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Haiku and the Lyric Poem

WHR July 2002 What is Poetry? Haiku & the Lyric Poem Tobias Hill, UK One of the questions addressed by this [WHF2000] Conference is whether and to what degree haiku can be regarded as poetry. I would like to approach … Continue reading

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James W Hackett

July 2002 James W. Hackett (1929 –  ) By Debra Woolard Bender  Wind gives way to calm, and the stream smoothes, revealing its treasures of leaves… Nothing speaks more of the haiku poet’s way of life, philosophies and beliefs than … Continue reading

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WHC Thank You Tributes

July 2002   WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals – Thank-you Tributes WHC Thank You Haiku for Mrs. Ferris Gilli Instructor of Hibiscus Petals School 14/06/02 Triumph of Poetic Sincerity, Joint Learning, Civility and Friendship Dear Kuyu (haiku friend), Ferris, THANK YOU! … Continue reading

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Haiku Lesson 2 – When Juxtaposition Fails – the Space Between

July 2002 issue WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals School  Ferris Gilli, Instructor/Editor (US)  2 – Hibiscus – When Juxtaposition Fails: The Space Between Greetings, Hibiscus friends! new-car scent an eagle pair perches atop the cypress The form is good, and the … Continue reading

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Haiku Lessons 1 – Clutter and Credibility

July 2002 issue WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals School Ferris Gilli, Instructor/Editor (US) CLUTTER & CREDIBILITY – Trust between Reader and Poet CLUTTER CLUES One thing that helps us in our efforts to write simple, focused, uncluttered haiku is trust in … Continue reading

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Editorial : the World in a Grain of Sand

Editorial – July 2002, Volume 2, Issue 2 The World in a Grain of Sand In my Editorial for the March issue, I began with my critical views on the world haiku community, and ended on a very optimistic and … Continue reading

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In the Aftermath of Shiki’s Fireworks

July 2002  WHC Shiki Celebrations: Essay Shiki’s Fireworks by – Susumu Takiguchi WHC MASAOKA SHIKI CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS In the Aftermath of Shiki’s Fireworks John E. Carley, Ed. (UK)  Darkness. And the nature thereof: wonderment… or regret? When the last firework … Continue reading

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Shiki’s Fireworks

July 2002  WHC Shiki Celebrations: Essay – Susumu Takiguchi WHC MASAOKA SHIKI CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS Shiki’s Fireworks, a note from Susumu Takiguchi This text is extracted from the introduction to the fifth strand of the Masaoka Shiki On-line Joint Translation Project. … Continue reading

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