October 7, 2010

Haiga 404


Haiku by Michael McClintock (USA). What is the differnce between summer moon and autumn one? I guess the former is sharper than the later, hence this haiga.

5 comments:

Devika said...

it seems simple, but the haiku gives a few perspectives, kuni-san and an interesting note :)

wishes,
devika

Ralf Bröker said...

Fine Haiku. Written with an easy mind, drawn with a clear mind. Just read the book you published in the Hamburger Haiku-Verlag - good work as well, Kuni San.

Best wishes
Ralf

PS: I found the navigation on your blog in Japan letters. A bit difficult for me, but I got it by looking for the number (of comments).

kuni_san said...

Ralf san: sorry about the inconvenience. I rewrote the letters i English now.

Alan Summers said...

Terrific haiga, but then you are always good in capturing urban images in a clear precise manner that creates echoes.

all my best,
Alan
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Alenka said...

Enjoyed this haiga!

top of the building
the moon plays 'four in a line'
with the windows

or shorter:

high building
the moon plays
'four in a line'

(my haiku written in spring)

Warm greetings to all,

Al