"not a nibble"
  not a nibble
  yet moonlight caught
  in autumn's pond

                                    ( 2006 Genkissu Spirits Up! World Wide Hekinan Haiku Contest  prize)

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Synopsis
This a haiku in the classic tradition.
A Word from the Writer
Haiku is real literary art form with deep roots in Japan. Study the old masters such as Basho, Buson, Issa, Shiki, etc., as well as contemporary poets published in The Heron's Nest (theheronsnest.com) and Simply Haiku (Simplyhaiku.com) 5-7-5 in haiku refers to Japanese onji (sound symbols) and not English syllables. 17 onji= approximately 12 English syllables.
Published Date
10/8/2006 12:00:00 AM
Published In
Genkissu booklet ( Japan)
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