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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Thursday, March 29, 2012
Emerging music and haiku
And their Thursday Think Tank on "music". And also published for: Haiku My Heart Music was always my first love until I discovered haiku. Music became less interesting and writing haiku became my passion. In this weblog I will try to combine both. So I will write a few new haiku (impromptu) with music (or an association on it) as theme. the sound of nature rustling leaves, singing cicadas music of Mother Earth music of Mother Earth the cherry blossoms coming to bloom without sound
winter departs on bare feet snowdrops blooming snowdrops blooming the drizzling spring rain the sound of nature Well I think that I have succeeded in emerging both passions.
Geplaatst door Chèvrefeuille op Thursday, March 29, 2012
Labels: cherry blossom, haiku, haiku my heart, music, poets united, thursday think tank
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Oh, I think so too! Lovely haiku! I like the music of mother earh!
Definitely a success... and a beautiful musical one at that!
I think you've succeeded too. Aren't cherry blossoms so gorgeous. Nature plays the best music of all, doesn't she? :)
Very lovely cascading haiku...I like the singing of cicadas and cherry blossoms blooming ~
See you at HH ~
I totally agree that you have succeeded with your quest. I love the haiku. They speak directly of the music of the Sacred Earth Mother. Grand job!
Your "emerging" is a beautiful lapse into simplicity :)
Yes, nature's coming alive. A good time of year.
You do write lovely haiku ~ your passion shows you love to do this ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^
desert of my mind;
ah,holds me here..
Lovely Haiku song ♥♥♥
Lovely haiku Chevrefueille.
Yes, there is music in and between every word of your haiku... I hear it in the silence that is full of color and sound...
Exquisite. I love how you (and Ramesh, too) use the last line of one haiku as the first line of the next. Does that form have a name?
Dear visitors, it makes me humble as I read all your wonderful comments on this blog. Thank you so much.
The sound of wind and rain always reminds me of my parents home... laying in bed when I was a kid and feeling safe. Your haiku brought back that memory ánd the feeling... thank you! Enjoy your weekend!
Lovely blending of haiku and music.
stunningly beautiful imagery evoked as well as the sounds you call to mind. Synesthesia!
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