Poem by: dibbledabble
verse, haiku, japan, understanding, nippon
Submitted: February 24, 2013
What is a haiku?
A gem of understanding
Wrapped in Nippon verse
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Complexity in simplistic form!
I do simplitic well, being simple I got a head start
Very appropriately described. I like it!
It was just one of those Haikus that fell out whole. I am ashamed to say it to no effort of thought at all
If you say so maam, thanks for looking in :)
Dang, dat Dibs make verse so fine, and dim som.
thanks for you light hearted and fun comments today. Made me smile. good start to the day
I really like this. It may be confusing, but the first thing I though if was complex yet understandable.. Well thought out :)
Thank you Autumn Lynn (BTW Like the name) I do try to make my Haikus accessable, pleased I did the this one. I'll pop by your page and see what your writing. Have a nice day
simple, yet complex at the same time.... this one would go over a lot of peoples' heads... well done... dibs
Perhaps. The beauty of the haiku is its briefness, it is that that gives it its impact.
thank you for the read
Very clever and well put!
Again a fun haiku, not in the true essence of the Japanize verse, (the connection of seasons to love) but never the less a good way to keep the brain ticking over. The Haiku I wrote prior to that is called argument and in my view the best haiku I have written. Thank you for your reads, much appreciated. Dibs
I love haikus! So simple, yet so much thought can come from them. Have you ever read any haikus by Basho? What I like most about his is that they don't always have the five-seven-five format. Here is one of his:
The she cat -
From love and barley.
You see? He doesn't follow the rules, yet he is one of the most famous haiku writers of all time! Everyone gets mad at me when I write poems like his, without the normal format... :( I really like your haiku! If you are interested in Japanese culture, I suggest you read my story, "Fighting for Freedom", and tell me if I should write a sequel! :D Thanks in advance, and thank you for sharing this poem here!
Hi, thanks for reading my simple Haiku. I enjoy writing Haiku, its brain exercise. I have heard of Basho, but nor really studies his works. I prefer to study the English Classical poets, though I would never say never. I'm sure if I read some of his poems I would get enthused. As for Japanize culture, fascinating. I went to Japan some years ago. The problem is if I submerged myself in their culture I would have to forgo consideration of other cultures, saying that I'm really interested in Buddhism at the moment so I am heading east. I'll see if I can find time to read a little of your story, until then, thanks for the read and the fulsome comment..Dibs
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