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Haiku Bouillabaisse By Elaine Parker Adams
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A bouillabaisse is a mouth-watering stew of seafood, tomatoes, onions, garlic and spices. Elaine Parker Adams creates a bouillabaisse of haiku poetry, contrasting youth and old age, good times and... More > bad, garden and yard, and tackling two American crises—September 11 and Hurricane Katrina. Many of the poems reflect her experiences growing up in New Orleans. Other poems address contemporary issues, such as cultural diversity and social justice. Her poems on nature emphasize birds, from wise owls to human night hawks. There are moments for chuckles, tears, and sighs. Like a good bouillabaisse, each morsel must be savored.< Less
Haiku Poems By Ashi Akira
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As a form of poetry, haiku has today gained worldwide popularity. But this form widely varies outside Japan. Originally, haiku was written in accordance with certain rules, which are difficult to... More > follow in non-Japanese writing. In Haiku Poems, author AshiAkira shares a collection of nearly five hundred haiku poems written originally in English, calling them “haiku poems” specifically to distinguish them from the originally Japanese form. His goal is to make them as close as possible to the core interest and meaning of Japanese haiku, despite the differences that arise from writing in English. These poems thus follow the five-seven-five syllable rule, albeit loosely, and focus on our connection with nature. In doing so, they serve as a reference to the long history of Japanese poetry, with a unique view on the present. White sails in blue sky, Solemn flyby of seagulls. Sunglasses and smile.< Less
Haiku Poems By Ashi Akira
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As a form of poetry, haiku has today gained worldwide popularity. But this form widely varies outside Japan. Originally, haiku was written in accordance with certain rules, which are difficult to... More > follow in non-Japanese writing. In Haiku Poems, author AshiAkira shares a collection of nearly five hundred haiku poems written originally in English, calling them “haiku poems” specifically to distinguish them from the originally Japanese form. His goal is to make them as close as possible to the core interest and meaning of Japanese haiku, despite the differences that arise from writing in English. These poems thus follow the five-seven-five syllable rule, albeit loosely, and focus on our connection with nature. In doing so, they serve as a reference to the long history of Japanese poetry, with a unique view on the present. White sails in blue sky, Solemn flyby of seagulls. Sunglasses and smile.< Less
Zen Haiku By Lisa Marie Wilberg
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Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry. While traditional haiku has the stanza written on one line, English haiku transgresses it to three lines. With three metrical phrases, it symbolizes a reflection... More > of the words that the writer chooses to fusion. With such great haiku masters as Basho and Onitsura, haiku promotes to set the tone to position itself into an open, playful composition. Influenced by nature, these poems respectively burrows the passion given by the gift of the natural world. Zen Haiku is a nice collection that emulates this worldy art of literature. Lisa Marie Wilberg is a poet and author, and has been published in numerous magazines, anthologizes, univesrity presses, literary journals and more.< Less
Haiku Written in Ancient Japanese: With an English Version by the Author By Daniel Deleanu
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A collection of a hundred haiku written by contemporary poet Daniel Deleanu in ancient Japanese, with his own English translations. "If Daniel Deleanu had been a contemporary of Basho, he would... More > have been considered his equal." (Raymond Suzuki)< Less
Daily Haiku: 2010 By Greg Cohoon
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On January 18, 2010, Greg Cohoon heard the White Stripes song "Seven Nation Army" on the radio and was inspired to write a silly haiku. After writing that haiku, he endeavored to write at... More > least one haiku every day for the rest of the year. This book is the result of that project. Some days he forgot to write a haiku. Other days, he wrote more than one. All told, this volume contains 377 haiku. Most of the haiku are silly. Some readers will challenge whether or not they are truly haiku. They are not in Japanese (although one is in Spanish, see April 2). For the most part, they do not focus on nature, although some of them do. Several of the included haiku have won Internet popularity awards. For the most part, the haiku reflect on what otherwise might be considered mundane observations of daily life. Pop culture, technology, family, friends, faith, and travel are all represented here.< Less
Daily Haiku: 2010 By Greg Cohoon
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On January 18, 2010, Greg Cohoon heard the White Stripes song "Seven Nation Army" on the radio and was inspired to write a silly haiku. After writing that haiku, he endeavored to write at... More > least one haiku every day for the rest of the year. This book is the result of that project. Some days he forgot to write a haiku. Other days, he wrote more than one. All told, this volume contains 377 haiku. Most of the haiku are silly. Some readers will challenge whether or not they are truly haiku. They are not in Japanese (although one is in Spanish, see April 2). For the most part, they do not focus on nature, although some of them do. Several of the included haiku have won Internet popularity awards. For the most part, the haiku reflect on what otherwise might be considered mundane observations of daily life. Pop culture, technology, family, friends, faith, and travel are all represented here.< Less
Daily Haiku: 2010 By Greg Cohoon
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On January 18, 2010, Greg Cohoon heard the White Stripes song "Seven Nation Army" on the radio and was inspired to write a silly haiku. After writing that haiku, he endeavored to write at... More > least one haiku every day for the rest of the year. This book is the result of that project. Some days he forgot to write a haiku. Other days, he wrote more than one. All told, this volume contains 377 haiku. Most of the haiku are silly. Some readers will challenge whether or not they are truly haiku. They are not in Japanese (although one is in Spanish, see April 2). For the most part, they do not focus on nature, although some of them do. Several of the included haiku have won Internet popularity awards. For the most part, the haiku reflect on what otherwise might be considered mundane observations of daily life. Pop culture, technology, family, friends, faith, and travel are all represented here.< Less
Daily Haiku: 2011 By Greg Cohoon
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In 2010, when Greg Cohoon started writing a sily haiku almost every day, he had no idea that it would turn into a multi-year project and spawn several books. This, the second volume in the series,... More > contains 366 haiku written in 2011. Just like in 2010, some days Greg forgot to write a haiku and some days he wrote more than one. Most of the haiku are silly. They are all in English, there's no Japanese to be found in the lot. The subject matter of the haiku span everything from the mundane trappings of everyday life to the the majestic beauty of nature. Many of the haiku provide a glimpse into Greg's daily life: from dealing with lack of sleep to buying a new car. As in 2010, pop culture, technology, family, friends, faith, and travel are all represented here.< Less

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