“Becoming what you are presupposes that you do not have the slightest idea what you are.” — Nietzsche (1888) Remystification, a term introduced in Poetry as Consciousness (2018), indicates a contemplation of open-mindedness preliminary to analyses of haiku.[1. In Gilbert,…
Peter C. Forster: out of the ordinary... Commentaries on "a birch tree/a lichen/archipelago" by Warren Decker.
Sébastien Revon - a surrealist poem of longing and awe — commentary on Peter Yovu's poem "sunrise darkens the face I dream with"
Marion Clarke - our lessening grip of control... Commentaries on John Stevenson's haiku: in the beginning/he was just pretending/to sound grumpy
Nathan Sidney explores a haiku by Peter Yovu.
Kyora Umeda explains the cultural context behind a gendai haiku by Kyōko Terada
Chris Patchel discusses the use of metaphor in Peter Yovu's "a blue coffin"
Radhamani Sarma finds expansion in the circular path of Peter Yovu's poem.
Dan is thankful, but Lynne cheers.
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