Friday, July 08, 2011
Spliced In Day 8
During the month of July There will be featured here at Lunch Break haiku related essays; original copyright remains with the websites and to their respective writers.
Spliced In - Day 8
...Shiki suggested, that once a basic saijiki, a catalogue of seasonal topics, has been established, it might become a backdrop against which varying ways of treating common phenomena could develop. Each poet´s individual sensitivity, makoto, might be adding a varying focus to reoccuring situations and events...
Read the essay Waterscapes & Evanescent Seasons: Aspects of Swedish Haiku by Helga Härle