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  101.     

4 Seasonal Haiku

Haiku

Snows only purpose?
To make my garden look good
Four months a year


Haiku

Shadows and light
In an unseemly embrace
Foolish April Dance


Haiku

In the middy heat
Mules seeks shady carob trees
Man seeks the beach.

Haiku

Morning sadness
Rain trickles down the window
Grey October sky.
 
jan oskar hansen

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  102.     

Wedding Haiku

thirteen crows
on a telephone wire
garden wedding

Published in Editor's Choice 'wedding / bride' Haiku Thread
Sketchbook,7: 3, May/June 2012

http: //poetrywriting.org/Sketchbook7-3MayJun2012-42/0_Contents_Sketchbook_Contents_7-3_MayJun_2012_42_Contents.htm


John Daleiden's Comment:

The line three fragment sets the wedding in a garden; the line one and two phrase provides the perspective of 'thirteen crows / on a telephone wire'. This descriptive phrase may be an intentional literary reference to Wallace Stevens' haiku like poem, 'Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird'. Or is it an accidental association of this reader? ...And why the number 'thirteen'...and why 'crows'? As a number 13 has the ambigious quality of being considered both lucky and unlucky considering the belief and interpretation rendered. Equally mystifying is the presence of 'crows' in the scene. 'Crows' have been used as images to convey a multitude of meanings, often conflicting. Perhaps that is the very point—just as 'thirteen' and 'crows' are enigmatic so too is a wedding enigmatic.

http: //poetrywriting.org/Sketchbook7-3MayJun2012-42/Sketchbook_7-3_MayJune_2012-42_Choices_John_Daleiden.htm


Bernard Gieske's Comment:

Chen-ou Liu reminds us that the future promised may not turn out as expected. This haiku, though, seems a bit stronger than just a reminder with13 crows present. No bride and groom would want to proceed under these circumstances, but love is a very strong influence, often overcoming all odds. This wedding takes place in a garden and, at first, I misread it as "garden weeding", a garden being invaded by weeds. Here the newlyweds are reminded that they cannot expect their marriage to be problem free. There will be weeds in the garden and these will need to be dealt with, hopefully, with that "tender touch" of the previous haiku.

http: //poetrywriting.org/Sketchbook7-3MayJun2012-42/Sketchbook_7-3_MayJune_2012-42_Choices_Bernard_Gieske_Wedding_Threads.htm
 
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  103.     

A Dedication To You, The Reader

A Haibun

“It is your interest in my haiku that has enabled this slim volume to continue its journey into the promised land of old souls. The NeverEnding Story of imagination carries us further...”

The hunter's moon cracking in the attic window. And water stains on his unfinished manuscript, the one not for the faint of heart or for those who are loyal subjects of the totalitarian shasei regime.


“On the Road” leans
against “Essential Haiku”
his cold breath


Note: For those who are new immigrants or seasonal workers, the shasei regime (euphemistically) means the objective realist regime.




Author's Note: A Dedication To You, The Reader is a sequel to Winter Thoughts (for Mary Oliver) , whose opening haiku and prose paragraph are as follows:


rejection slip
a sunflower bending
to the wind

I often get editorial advice like this:

'You will notice that we veer away from authorial comment, abstract language, and the imposition of human qualities on the natural world. Instead, we choose haiku that achieve resonance through the juxtaposition of disparate images, credibly present in the same place at the same time.'

Read its full text at http: //poemhunter.com/poem/autumn-thoughts-4/
 
Chenou Liu

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  104.     

Haiku-Love (Multiple)

Every day I will;
Search you my love where you are
We are made as one.

Your slightest augury;
Fills me with curiosity and ecstasy, hell
And heaven raided for you.

Where you are, winter melts;
With warmth of love, one day spring
Comes with lots of love.

In front of love;
Don't shout haiku, haiku, haiku- love
May catch hai-kuld with flu.

Note-Last haiku is humorous one
Take it easy and please don't comment negative
 
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