August 17, 2007 by watermaid
in a Japanese garden
Posted in Haiku, Poetry | 4 Comments
This is quite wonderful. One of its strong assets is what I call the “flip-over” in the last line. This is characteristic of the very best haiku.
I’m writing an article about Japanese gardens for a Tokyo publication and would like to quote your haiku on gardens/meditation/exertion. Could you please let me know if that is okay and what credit name/details you’d like me to use?
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