Discover the sabi aesthetic in Margaret Chula's haiku "end of summer"
Cezar Ciobîcă recalls one of the seven deadly sins.
Sanela Pliško delves into the possibility of parallel universes.
Cezar Ciobîcă observes the poet meditating in the autumnal stage of life.
Marion Clarke is transported back to childhood summers in Ireland.
For Radhamani Sarma, the artist enters and exits from deep attraction.
Chris Patchel discusses the use of metaphor in Peter Yovu's "a blue coffin"
Dave Read explores the spiritual core of a haiku by Kala Ramesh.
Theresa Cancro is drawn into a moment of celebration by a haiku from Susan Le Roberts...
Radhamani Sarma finds the magic of words in a haiku by Victor Ortiz.
Jacob Salzer finds unity in Jim Kacian's "old map..."
Radhamani Sarma explores how clear perception is gained along with loss.
Rich Schilling discovers there's a lot to unbox in this week's selection.
Radhamani Sarma finds expansion in the circular path of Peter Yovu's poem.
In analyzing this week's haiku, Rich Schilling relives the past.
Welcome to re:Virals, The Haiku Foundation’s weekly poem commentary feature on some of the finest haiku ever written in English. This week’s poem was: winter fog / an old man turns back / into a tree — John McManus, The Heron’s Nest, Volume XIV:4. Rich Schilling finds more questions than answers:
Welcome to re:Virals, The Haiku Foundation’s weekly poem commentary feature on some of the finest haiku ever written in English. This week’s poem was: monologue/of the deep sea fish/misty stars
Theresa Cancro traces of the contours of grief
Radhamani Sarma mines the vein.
Petru Viljoen inspects the inquisition.