last performance (haiga)

Our host, Chèvrefeuille says,  “Haiku is the poetry of nature and nature is always in motion. Seasons come and go, the moon changes every 28 days and so on, the only thing which is steady and without clear motion is our sun, that big star of our Milky Way around which the planets are rotating.”

Here is an example of what I call an “undou” haiku:

old pond
frog jumps in
sound of water

© Basho (1644-1694) (Tr. Chèvrefeuille)”

and,

apple blossom falls
scattered by the late spring breeze
apple blossom falls

© Chèvrefeuille

 

 

 

sunset at Port Burwell

 

gulls bow in reverence
day’s end performance
clapping of the waves

©Tournesol’16/08/19

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