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first book of Haiku

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Published by The Author in s.l .
Written in English


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Statement[compiled and translated by Edward D. Glover.
ContributionsGlover, Edward D.
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Open LibraryOL21424682M


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likes. This is the pocket book which for the first time Poets bring together their haiku poetry in this World's First Book of Haiku Poetry. The book also includes a textless illustration to encourage would-be poets to write their own haiku.

The final pages of the book feature the history of haiku and short bios of the master poets. VERDICT Well-constructed and thoughtful, this collection is a recommended : Tuttle Publishing.

My First Book of Haiku Poems. Category: Picture Books (Click to purchase) An original haiku has a total of 17 syllables. The first line has 5 syllables, the second 7 syllables, and the final line, 5. Haikus are about a moment in time in nature. Try it out. Rutland, Vermont: Charles E.

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“A wonderful trip through diverse voices, themes, moods, and states of reality. an unusual, provocative and highly enjoyable book.” —Ruth Mittelholtz, Haiku Canada Review, October After early imagist interest in haiku the genre drew less attention in English, until after World War II, with the appearance of a number of influential volumes about Japanese haiku.

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