Tag Archives: Tsunami

Kukai III . . .

monsoon season . . . another bridge left uncrossed                   –May Shiki Kukai, free format entry Another month, another entry in Haiku World’s Shiki Kukai.  In addition to this month’s shared kigo (season word) on “the coming of summer,” participants were asked to write a … Continue reading

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After shock, the healing . . .

from haiku scribblings to a prayer on a giant wave                     –Alegria Imperial, jornales The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, with all its aftershocks–nuclear and otherwise–has the world, especially the haiku world, reeling.   Obviously, as the birthplace of haiku, … Continue reading

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Full moon madness . . .

lenten moon– enough tsunamis to last a lifetime According to astronomers, this month’s full moon–the Lenten Moon–will be closer to the earth than any other moon this year and will, therefore, appear to shine brighter.  On the negative side, tidal waves, say … Continue reading

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