The autumn haiku poem examples by Japanese famous poets

Japanese 5-7-5 autumn haiku to English three line

I show you the wonderful autumn haiku poems made by Japanese famous haiku poet.

 

 

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Haiku poems of autumn. The examples by Matsuo Basho

 

 

 

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Books of haiku poem anthology

Haiku Anthology (Paperback)

This diverse and fascinating anthology contains eighteen striking haiga and one-hundred-fifty haiku from twenty-six different contributing authors, all of whom are members of FanStory Haiku Club, an online group of international writers. This book focuses on nature, and features observations and insights by these writers on a variety of specific weekly challenges. The best of these haiku were selected for inclusion in this anthology.

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The Essential Haiku: Versions of Basho, Buson, & Issa (Essential Poets) (Paperback)

This collection brings together in fresh translations by an American poet the essential poems of the three greatest masters: Matsuo Basho in the seventeenth century; Yosa Buson in the eighteenth century; and Kobayashi Issa in the early nineteenth century. Robert Haas has written a lively and informed introduction, provided brief examples by each poet of their work in the halibun, or poetic prose form, and included informal notes to the poems. This is a useful and inspiring addition to The Essential Poets series.

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An Introduction to Haiku: An Anthology of Poems and Poets from Basho to Shiki (Paperback)

Harold G. Henderson was, from 1927 to 1929, the Assistant to the Curator of Far Eastern Art at the Metropolitan Musuem of Art. In 1930 he went to Japan, where he lived the following three years. On his return to this country he joined the faculty at Columbia University, where he taught Japanese and initiated a course in the history of Japanese art. He retired in 1955. His published works include The Bamboo Broom, Surviving Works of Sharaku (with Louis V. Ledoux), and A Handbook of Japanese Grammar. He has also translated H. Minamoto’s Illustrated History of Japanese Art, etc. Mr. Henderson lives in New York City.

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