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Haiku By Violet Marie
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If you want to know what a haiku is and get over 40 examples then Haiku is a good book for you. I decided to write Haiku because I really liked writing haiku poems. I just started writing different... More > poems and eventually got enough to turn it into a book.< Less
Haiku By Gloria-Mary Cameron Fuld
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A book which describes what a Haiku is and has 16 Haiku poems.
Haiku By Gloria-Mary Cameron Fuld
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A book which describes what a Haiku is and has 16 Haiku poems.
Haiku By J.A. Flanagan
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The first forty seasonal poems by new author J.A. Flanagan.
Haiku By Dave Lewis
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Dave Lewis is a unique voice in the poetry world. This new Haiku collection is filled with a range of vivid, often quirky, word pictures. He is adept at making every word count and often goes his own... More > original way, as in a favourite of mine, 'Consultant’s waiting room / the plant in the window / dead…' who else would have the temerity to finish on that single-beat word, dead? His thought-provoking images and surprising last lines take your breath away and will remain with the reader for a long time. - Moira Andrew< Less
Haiku By Katiejean Hurley Capps
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This collection of seasonal haiku is full of the beauty of Nature and the presence of God in our world. Katiejean Hurley Capps offers these selections from 2000 - 2012. Whatever your beliefs, these... More > poems offer a touch of the spirit of the Universe.< Less
Haiku By Renato Petrović
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12 haiku poems. Short and funny. Interesting. Lovely. Exciting. Fascinating. Did I say funny? You will enjoy this small collection of life's moments. You must read it!
Haiku By Don Baird
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Haiku, the Interior and Exterior of Being, is a book of imagination; yet, it is poetry of truth. Nature, her ways, and her secrets are revealed one poem at a time, one breath at a time, unfolding... More > the smaller picture within the larger one — and, vice-versa. Between lines, between breaths, you will journey to the center of a poet's dream-room.< Less
Haiku By Christopher Mark Piper
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“SHOWPIECE SHIZU-OKA (THE SILENT-HILLS)” – (2016; 100-pages) –haiku-poems for western-culture derived from 2-original-works – both available: the 1st outlining... More > haiku/tanka/renga didactics for the occident; the 2nd focusing on kigo (season-words) for New-Zealanders and Australians “Down-Under” (inclusive of waka, senyru and zappai forms); the synthesis of-which, produced this book of “single-breath poems” equivalent in matter and spirit to haiku-forms of the orient – i.e., akin to the true haiku…in nature and essence (form/esprit), and substance or content and appearance (matter/identity)! Allusions to beautiful things in Japanese, Kiwi and Ocker cultural-heritage abound, as the concept for these books and for this scholarly-undertaking in relation to this poignant and poetical art-form, sprang-from the notion of “Sister-City” alliances: Nagaizumi (Japan); "River-City" Wanganui (NZ); and Toowoomba (Australia)! Plays [hilarious; historical; hysterical] Essays; Other-Treatises and more.< 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

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