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presenting a living experience

Started by haikurambler, August 25, 2011, 01:11:40 AM

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haikurambler

The best way to set the scenario, the backstory, for a haiku, so as not to compromise its methodology of
presenting a living experience, you know, rather than an epigramatical explanation, is haibun-at a stretch,
perhaps, a haiga. Or, is it? . . .



That certain feeling; the subtle thrill of a skein of light joy,
evoked by some refined delight or other -
you know, like, oh I don't know . . .

/
the leaf's ripple
in a puddle—
disappearing

jp



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*pic by jp
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