April 7, 2009

Haiga 194

Haiku by Soseki Natsume of Japan. Soseki was a well known novelist. He was also a good friend of Masaoka Shiki, and wrote many haiku himself.


Stephen Gill said...

Dear Kuniharu-san,
Has your Haiga Gallery expired? At the Hailstone Haiku Circle site, the Icebox, we had a link to it, but your site no longer appears. Also the email address I was using for you bounces. I wanted to invite you to Bruce Ross' talk in Kyoto on April 17.Please get in touch via email.
Best wishes,

bandit said...

A lively river and agile fish.
The stone reminds me of an aged fish in hiding-will he snatch an unsuspecting minnow or does he enjoy their youthful exuberance?

ancient catfish
adrift in youthful dreams
sweetfish rising

You're welcome to stop by for the moon viewing party if you can; my place.

I'll visit again...

kuni_san said...

Thank you and sorry and I will get in touch and will stop by.

disa said...