This blog is about haiku. A classical haiku counts 5-7-5 syllables. Chèvrefeuille (the pseudonym of Kristjaan Panneman, a Dutch haiku poet) however writes his haiku in the Kanshicho-style. In the Kanshicho-style the classical syllable count isn't used. Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), a haiku poet, wrote his haiku in Kanshicho-style for several years, but he returned to the classical way of haiku writing. !!! Anonymous comments will be seen as SPAM !!!.
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Saturday, January 28, 2012
Haiku Heights "Crimson"
the day has gone
crimson clouds touching
the wild waves
the raspberry in my garden
ah! that color
the deepest red I ever saw
her new robe
in the frontyard
the young roses blooming
the deepest red
Geplaatst door Chèvrefeuille op Saturday, January 28, 2012
Labels: crimson, Haiku Heights, haiku wednesday. haiku
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Many different perspectives of crimson. Nicely done.
I love your take on crimson..I especially like the first one.
A terrific series of haiku. I really like the first one.
I like that first, very much so.. Could see the clouds moving past the ocean at sunset! :)
Each one stirred up vivid images in my mind. Nicely written! :)
i liked the first too .nice
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very sharp story telling.
Now that I've caught a glimpse of that succulent raspberry in your garden, I think I'll have a bite!
Boy in Crimson
Another star set ~~ Beautiful!!
I like the image of the second one in this series
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