8 thoughts on “Day’s end (haiku) CPHK #525”

  1. Thanks, I am trying to catch up but need to reflect more…will order some books Jen recommended…it’s time. I really enjoy haiku and want to learn more, what better way than read the masters.


  2. Reading the masters is the best way to learn haiku … haiku isn’t only a poetry form, it’s (in my opinion) a way of living … and a spiritual path … These haiku you have shared here are wonderful and your photos … wow!
    I am glad that you like haiku and I think you are starting to become an addict 🙂


    1. I think I’m addicted too. I became addicted to wetting and poetry since last year as it was a catarthis for my work especially…I discovered a way to feel liberated and avoid vicarious trauma. But haiku is meditative and deep refraction… Like praying and truly aware of the words chanted.


      1. Writing poetry is a spiritual art and i belief that writing haiku brings you in a deeper contact with nature and yourself. I even think that writing poetry can be very healing …


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