#Haiku Happenings #5: Toni’s latest #haikai poem–a Jisei! Advertisements
Originally posted on 日本文化の愛 Nipponbunka no ai:
秋返へすさや田に立てる稲草の根ごとにも身を恨みつるかな aki kafesu saya ta ni tateru inakusa no ne goto ni mo mi wo uramituru kana Autumn bends back, Standing rustling in the paddies The rice-stems – Every root embedded With my despite! -Minamoto no Toshiyori ? Art by Ray Morimura ?
Originally posted on Ontheland:
? Trekking down to the compost bin in the pre-winter landscape I encounter tiny branches of thyme and lavender—remaining where all else has withered. I bow, remember this summer, the succession of wildflowers, such joy! passion here days before snowfall sweet-scented stems ©2017 Ontheland…
Originally posted on Michael Rehling:
naming my shadows i love the periphery. all the ‘kool kids’ are there. changing the rules. fiddling with the past. smoking each others dreams. walking home a full moon and i pass through the trees ? Most likely will never be ‘published’!
Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
Ethereal light camouflaged sun peeking through winter’s cloudy sky under the hushed graying cloak bewildered birds roost mid -day. Copyright©2017 Linda Lee Lyberg https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/2017/11/29/weekly-tanka-prompt-challenge-week-73-mornings-winter/ ? ? ?