Category Archives: European haiku

Haiku featured on ‘Harusame’ today

Originally posted on Harusame:
you said we’d all the time in the world… dandelion seedheads Comment: as the author states in her note, in Northern Ireland they usually refer to dandelion seedheads ‘as dandelion clocks’; during her childhood, in fact,…

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Tasty kukai!

Thanks to inspiration from my daughter, I’m flying the flag for Northern Ireland in the latest European Quarterly Kukai. A kukai is a haiku event in which participants write to a theme provided by the organiser, often a kigo, or ‘season … Continue reading

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