A Selection of Haiku (Form and Favour)

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A Selection of Haiku (Form and Favour)

Post by Philip G Bell on 2007-10-23, 07:41

A small collection of Haiku from my collection "Form and Favour"

Chestnut

come winter chestnut
heat through on glowing embers
to warm and nourish

Philip G. Bell

Frost

morning frost shimmers
marking the winter onset
tiny jewels of ice

Philip G. Bell

Sillabub

whip up some haiku
sillabub of syllables
delight to consume

Philip G. Bell


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Re: A Selection of Haiku (Form and Favour)

Post by hssoares on 2007-10-23, 19:22

Enjoying a lot your haikus...


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Re: A Selection of Haiku (Form and Favour)

Post by Philip G Bell on 2007-10-24, 00:31

Thank you Sofia

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Post by Sonja on 2007-10-24, 13:11

Like a Star @ heaven Many people are writing something what they call haiku but your is the real with its full meaning. Bravo!

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Re: A Selection of Haiku (Form and Favour)

Post by Philip G Bell on 2007-10-24, 14:08

Where at all possible I try to be as true to form as I can. If I modify a form in any way I usually say so like when modifying a Petrarchan Sonnet with Iambic Pentameter. The seasonal theme is in keeping but sometimes limiting as others may have found, but I appreciate your taking note of this. Not too many would.
Thank you again.

Philip

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