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Objective/subjective.

Another interesting quote from the haiku master Matsuo Basho is, ‘the problem with most poetry is that it is either subjective or objective’. At first this seems crazy. Surely it has to be one or the other? But, what he … Continue reading

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Balance:

Frost on the common, A thin strip of mist hanging – In the breathless dawn.  

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27.07.2013 Comfort:

Sea mists rolling in, Bringing a welcome cooling –  Softening the blows. 

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Sweet Rain:

Lilacs dripping scent, Gardens misty wet with rain –  Stir a Celtic soul

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A Haiku A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

Squirrel on a fence. Plumes of mist rising Above the warmed-up fences – Sun and squirrel’s breath

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