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Yvette Nicole Kolodji

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Haiku of the Day for June 2023 features Guest Editor Yvette Nicole Kolodji’s collection on the theme of  singularity. Here is her introduction to the theme.

For the month of June, let’s explore the concept of singularity. It
can be only one or infinite depending on the definition. Throughout
this month we will explore the oneness from an object, moment, or
feeling as well as the infinite within our ancestry, history, or
universe. As haiku poets we can appreciate the contrasting application
of singularity. This topic helps us examine scale and how it can
enhance our poetry.

—Y (published as Yvette Nicole Kolodji)

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. I would like to submit for June …

    self – portrait –
    with the song of a blackbird
    In the mirror

  2. Kicking off with a great start! 🙂

    one umbrella

    the person more in love

    gets wet


    Love it!


    A blustery day:


    Easter Wedding
    the chauffeur in a tangle
    with the umbrella

    Alan Summers
    Publication credit: Presence #44 (2011)

    A dry day!


    cabbage butterflies–
    a man with an umbrella
    when there’s no rain

    Alan Summers
    Publication Credit: Under the Basho (‘hokku’ September 15, 2013, Autumn Issue)

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