#Haiku Happenings #7: Miriam Sagan shares her and Bill Waters’ own iconic haiku!
I recently got asked to pick a haiku that somehow is representative of my work. I was struggling with that.
Fellow writer Bill Waters said: This reminds me of the anecdote, Miriam, where a smart aleck comes to Rabbi Hillel and says something like “Teach me the whole Torah while I stand on one foot.” In response, Hillel says “That which is despicable to you do not do to your fellow. This is the whole Torah, and the rest is commentary.”
So when someone says, essentially, that you should sum up all your haiku into one “best” or “most memorable” one, I’d ask you: Do you have a favorite? One that sticks in your memory? Maybe that would be the one you should go with.”
So, here is what I sent the editor:
footprints in snow
crescent moon, all my
This haiku was written for the Snow Poems…
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