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an epigrammatic Japanese verse form of three short lines

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She takes simple, not particularly interesting or appealing subjects and turns them into art and then adds a little haiku poem for flavor.
A haiku poem often appeals to the senses and touches the heart.
In a period of time when only in Japan there are published annually over a million haiku poems, in addition to that an impressive number of haiku poems are published in other countries as well, all these created a favorable context for establishing a reputation in this field regardless of gender, religion, race or language.
Police found a message in the form of a haiku poem, a traditional Japanese three-line verse, inside a window near his front door.
The remainder of The New Tourism presents a sequence of haiku poems, which give glimpses of Mathews's friends and lovers, but also characteristically incorporate reflections on the process of composition, even on individual words.
His haiku poems are featured on his Web page at vichummert.
He read everything from Japanese haiku poems to cookbooks.
The collection includes a number of 17-syllable haiku poems composed by Shiki (1867-1902) and his friend Soseki Natsume (1867-1916), a prominent Japanese novelist who wrote in the late 19th and early 20th century and studied haiku under Shiki.
The haiku poems in English are quite clever, and their settings are often brash.
By taking a few moments to read through the 52, three line formatted, haiku poems comprising Lilly Wang's very highly recommended "Baby Haiku" poetry collection, any new mother experiencing the 'baby blues' can find comfort and therapeutic reflection.
The author's history of more than twenty-three years in the practice of zazen meditation shows through, and inspirational haiku poems as well as question-and-answer sessions, mindfulness stories, and practical suggestions for incorporating Zen into daily life round out this excellent and descriptive guide.
They will be performing Jenkins's Requiem, which sets the usual Latin movements of the Mass for the souls of the dead with five Japanese haiku poems, using ethnic instruments to great effect ( with even a hip-hop rhythm in the Dies Irae.
First, Oku no Hosomichi, written as a travel sketch, consists of a main narrative body, fifty haiku poems by Basho, and a few poems by other authors.
This book contains 17 haiku poems with beautiful illustrations of unusual animals.
In the case of Requiem I've set some Japanese haiku poems to music.