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International Haiku Poetry Day 2015

Started by Vida, April 17, 2015, 03:38:15 PM

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Vida


Inspired by the events going right now at The Haiku Foundation's website, we would like to invite everyone to post here, as a comment/reply, one of their haiku in English (published poems are welcome, just don't forget the credits), and we will translate them into Bulgarian.  This way those of our readers who do not have sufficient knowledge of the English language to enjoy the haiku in their originals, will have the opportunity to connect with the perceptions and visions of their haiku friends from around the world through a translated version.
The window for posting your haiku will stay open until the end of April.
Thank you!
--Tzetzka Ilieva (Vida)
https://vidahaiku.wordpress.com/international-haiku-poetry-day-2015/
"The pain felt in my foot is not my hand's,
So why, in fact, should one protect the other?"
                                                Shantideva

Vida

"The pain felt in my foot is not my hand's,
So why, in fact, should one protect the other?"
                                                Shantideva

AlanSummers

And thank you Vida, and Maya Lyubenova and Vessislava Savova too! :)

warm regards,

Alan
Alan Summers,
founder, Call of the Page
https://www.callofthepage.org

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