presented by Allan Burns,
is now up
on The Haiku Foundation website.
#29’s theme is “Autumn Colors” and features the work of Natsume Sōseki, Carolyn Hall and vincent tripi.
Bay in autumn:
The sounds of a stake
Driven into the ground.
Colouring itself across the pond the autumn wind
all the colors of fall
in a single leaf
Has seasonality in English-language haiku become too predictable? Have the seasonal images and feelings associated with autumn/fall, for example, become overworked?