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Japanese Haiku Poems

Author : Peter Washington
ISBN : 1841597554
Genre : Haiku
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Haiku Poems

Author : Ashi Akira
ISBN : 9781483468464
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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 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.

Echoes From Deep Within

Author : Dr. Manoj Mathur
ISBN : 9781642495409
Genre : Poetry
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Dr. Mathur’s Echoes From Deep Within ardently captures human emotions in the rhyme and rhythm of Haiku poetry. Whether it talks about the depths of love or the heights of ego, it emotes the journey of life influenced by anything from family and friends to love and politics through very simple three lines of Haiku. So embark on this poetic exploration and start listening to the Echoes From Deep Within! “Poetry nectar of my life God talks to me in heavenly whispers I simply ink on paper” - Dr. Manoj Mathur Written in Traditional Japanese Haiku style poems (5+7+5) Three simple emotional lines Three lines, deep enough to fathom the soul Poetry that covers Life, Philosophy, Nature, Love and Passion Poems that portray experiences, lessons and feelings in this journey called Life Three lines that would bring out both suffering and blessings This is – Echoes From Deep Withtin I always thought that haiku were made of bamboo, that their rigid form of three lines and seventeen sounds forced our thoughts on fleeting life and changing seasons into a vessel that demanded that we measure the weight and value of what we wrote… – Robert MacMillan Full credit to Dr. Manoj Mathur for helping me see the world from the other end of the telescope, as well as for his affirmation that the form of this old Japanese poem can be stretched in many directions, as can its use… In Dr. Mathur’s collection you will find haiku that fit the traditional definition of what one should be: a meditation on time passing and life-changing and fading, filtered through the metaphor of some kind of meditation on the seasons or a scene in nature… (Full text inside) – Robert MacMillan (Journalist & Writer, New York) Author of “Haiku 61 Revisited: The songs of Bob Dylan, interpreted as haiku.” (Bob Dylan is the Nobel Prize winner in Literature, 2016)


Author : Stephen Addiss
ISBN : 0834822342
Genre : Poetry
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This celebration of what is perhaps the most influential of all poetic forms takes haiku back to its Japanese roots, beginning with poems by the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century masters Basho, Busson, and Issa, and going all the way up to the late twentieth century to provide a survey of haiku through the centuries, in all its minimalist glory. The translators have balanced faithfulness to the Japanese with an appreciation of the unique spirit of each poem to create English versions that evoke the joy and wonder of the originals with the same astonishing economy of language. An introduction by the translators and short biographies of the poets are included. Reproductions of woodblock prints and paintings accompany the poems.

Haiku Poems About Winter Snow And Frost How To Write Haiku

Author : Beth Eaglescliffe
ISBN : 9781326328368
Genre : Poetry
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Haiku verses are a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems are used to describe emotional reactions to nature. This e-book contains an introduction to writing haiku poems. It also includes examples of haiku relating to cold weather and winter.

The Light Of Wisdom Haiku Poems For Parents

Author : Steve McCloud
ISBN : 9781470950750
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Basho S Haiku

Author : Matsuo Basho
ISBN : 0791484653
Genre : Religion
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A wonderful new translation of the poetry of Basho—Zen monk, poet of nature, and master of the haiku form.

Tragic Beauty In Whitehead And Japanese Aesthetics

Author : Steve Odin
ISBN : 9781498514781
Genre : Philosophy
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This book examines Whitehead’s process aesthetics focusing on two categories, the penumbral beauty of darkness and the tragic beauty of perishability, while establishing parallels with the Japanese sense of evanescent beauty. It clarifies how both traditions develop a religio-aesthetic vision of tragic beauty and its reconciliation in the supreme ecstasy of peace.

Japanese Haiku

Author : Kenneth Yasuda
ISBN : 9781462901999
Genre : Poetry
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This is the most authoritative and concise book on Japanese haiku available: what it is, how it developed, and how it is practiced in both Japanese and English. While many haiku collections are available to Western readers, few books combine both translated haiku with haiku written originally in English, along with an analysis of individual poems and of the haiku form itself. Written by a leading scholar in the field—Kenneth Yasuda was the first American to receive a doctorate in Japanese literature from Tokyo University—Japanese Haiku has been widely acclaimed. This edition is completely repackaged for a digital format, and is the perfect book for lovers of poetry who do not have a solid background in haiku.

A Year Of The Haiku

Author : James Maxfield
ISBN : 9781490733685
Genre : Poetry
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A Year of the Haiku features 365 new haiku poems by James Maxfield written as a year-long experiment of composing one haiku poem each day during the year 2013 using only the words provided by Haikubes(c)-a set of sixty-three die pieces with five words on each piece. The book includes a detailed preface about the author's process and experience writing this collection as well as a brief but scholarly introduction to haiku poetry suitable for the beginner or the experienced haiku poet.

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