2016 Ninth Haiku Meeting: September 10
Moderator: Crystal Brunelli

almost unnoticed
sighs an autumn breeze
Ifm not young anymore
Michiko Murai


evening breeze
rustles newly raked leaves
an autumn note
Michiko Murai


visiting my friendfs grave
shiny new marble one--
fine day after typhoon
Yasuhiko Shirota


daybreak--
beyond floral fields
autumn sea
Yasuhiko Shirota


cats across our garden
putting on cool airs--
autumn wind
Kazuo Takayanagi


thud!
a persimmon falls--
autumn has come
Kazuo Takayanagi


nothing on
a privilege of old men
--summer lingering now!
Hideo Ebihara


once sham air fights
high above Mt. Tsukuba
now only white clouds floating
Hideo Ebihara


beating its tail
to the joy of life
wagtail
Juichi Masuda


hanging dried persimmons
even the sunlight seems to get
sweeter gradually
Juichi Masuda


swimming in the river
within easy reach
of the motherfs voice
Takashi Ikari


fishing sweetfish
no movement
below the waist
Takashi Ikari


yesterdayfs heat
lingering
in the cupboard
Midori Tanaka


dovefs flap
hints
the sansho peppers ripen
Midori Tanaka


happy
living within my means
cicadas in chorus
Michi Umeda


can on the beach
sporting a foreign script
the autumn breeze
Michi Umeda


explore Proxima b
communicate with creatures
summer night dream
Takeo Hanaoka


morning glory seeds
sleeping soundly
dreaming of a big voyage
Takeo Hanaoka


the door sealed up
by smiling evening glory
a shadow through the window
Yuzu Sugita


sky-blue morning glory
climbing to the highest
every Paralympian!
Yuzu Sugita


persistent summer cold--
my younger brother smiling
in the photo frame
Katsuhisa Nakagawa


even Hokkaido hit by typhoons--
can we stop global warming?
Al Gore answering YES!
Katsuhisa Nakagawa


typhoons mixed-up
moving up north to bring disasters
mercilessly
Masaaki Oka


an Iwate village
isolated by Typhoon Lionrock
over a week
Masaaki Oka


how fast
over barefoot children
a dragonfly
Keiko Toya


those irregular typhoons
caused a mess all over Japan
evenly
Masako Omaki


guarding Korea
from typhoon and tsunami
the Japanese islands!
Masako Omaki


toward the night in which@
a soul becomes frizzled
meimuna opalifera
Hiroshi Utano


crickets singing
shuts cicadas up.
late summer
Hiroshi Utano


bone boiling reflection--
on Shibuya Scramble Crossing
shimmering bikinis
Yasuomi Koganei


Rio Olympics finale--
between fireworks
shades of immigrants
Yasuomi Koganei


a swift river dammed
now a mountain lake
now waves and tides
Stephen M. Block (USA)


fiume di note
scorre su cinque corde
mani danzanti
Anna Mencarelli (Italy)


river of tunes
flows on five strings
dancing hands
Anna Mencarelli (Italy)


sera d'estate
una sola chitarra
giro del mondo
Anna Mencarelli (Italy)


summer evening
only a guitar
around the world
Anna Mencarelli (Italy)


late at night
the whir of my sonfs fan
through the ceiling
Crystal Brunelli (USA)


Next meeting:

October 8, 13:30 to 17:00 No.1, 7th floor, Meguro Kumin Center ( Meguro citizenfs center )

November 12, 13:30 to 17:00 N0. 3, 7th floor, Meguro Kumin Center ( Meguro citizen's center )

December 3, 13:30 to 17:00 N0. 3, 7th floor, Meguro Kumin Center ( Meguro citizen's center )


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Haiku from the meeting in 2016

Haiku from the meetings in 2015

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Haiku from the meetings in 2013

Haiku from the meetings in 2012

Haiku from the meetings in 2011

Haiku from the meetings in 2010

Haiku from the meetings in 2009

Haiku from the meetings in 2008

Haiku from the meetings in 2007

Haiku from the meetings in 2006

Haiku from the meetings in 2005

Haiku from the meetings in 2004

Haiku from the meetings in 2003

Haiku from the meetings in 2002

Essay: Four-dimensional haiku by Yasuomi Koganei

To Web Site of France Haiku Association

To Web Site of Yasuhiko Shirota

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Beginners are welcome.

Fee: \1000/meeting (student: free)

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