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#1
I'm thinking probably not b/c the poem doesn't describe the visual artwork, but rather links to it. What say you all?
#2
Does anyone know the name of the poet who wrote something like this?

all day long
the demands
of the blue hydrangea

Does anyone know the exact wording of the poem?

Thank you!

Mary
#3
In-Depth Haiku: Free Discussion Area / kireji
April 23, 2011, 03:11:07 PM
Can anyone point me to more info re: kireji? I've already looked at WJH's Haiku Handbook, Gurga's Haiku: A Poet's Guide, and the WKD.

English pretty much uses colons, em dashes, and ellipses instead of words, right? And commas are not used, correct?
#4
Can anyone tell me the name of the poet and/or where the forever stamp/sympathy card haiku was published?

Thanks,

Mary
#5
Can anyone recommend print or online journals of haiku (and/or tanka, haiga, haibun, linked forms, etc.) that are of the same quality and follow the same poetic conventions as such publications as, for example, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, Heron's Nest, Acorn, Dim Sum, etc.?

Can someone tell me of an association or society in the Spanish-speaking world as dedicated to communicating the conventions of quality Spanish-language haiku as the Haiku Society of America is for English-language haiku?
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