Tag Archives: Haiku
Go Beyond the Restrictions of your Era and your Ego….
And let yourself enter the world of the senses through the practice of haiku. “Haiku is not a shriek, a howl, a sigh, or a yawn; rather, it is the deep breath of life.” So breath deeply and for one … Continue reading
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Haiku to Engage Your Senses and Awaken your Heart
Haiku for Engaging the Senses by Sabrina Vog shrouds the sun Why. Is Pele mad A silly question? (sight) Red Bougainvilla All hot promise no perfume Red earth roots me too. (sight,smell) Geckos sing all night She mourns love gone … Continue reading
Posted in Eye Candy, Hearing, poems, Practices, Senses, Sights for Sore Eyes, smell, Taste Tagged Art Journaling, Awareness, Basho, Beauty, flowers, Haiku, inspiration, Japan, Language, literature, nature, Patricia Donegan, poetry, seasons, senses 4 Comments