Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
Here it is (finally) our 13th Ghost Writer post. I am a bit late, but that you could have read in the update earlier. I am at work now and have a little moment to do what I had to do ... posting Kuheli's Ghost Writer post.
Kuheli has written a wonderful post about Chiyo-Ni, one of the most famous clasical haiku-poetesses. I can recal that we had her as our featured haiku-poet in February 2013. I remember that I started than with the following haiku:
taoraruru hito ni kaoru ya ume no hana
gives its scent
to him who broke it off
Here is Kuheli's post. Have fun, be inspired and share your haiku inspired on Chiyo-Ni with us all. Thank you Kuheli for this wonderful post.
suzushisa ya / suso karamo fuku / yabu tatami
on the bottom of her kimono
in the bamboo grove
by the pond
a frog jumps into
in layers of her *saree
© Kuheli S
OK one should never stop to try difficult and new things. Bye for now. Let this beautiful verse of Chiyo-ni inspire you and keep you connected with nature. I do appreciate your time and patience.
geisha in her silken kimono
rustles along them
|Credits: Geisha (photo by Greg Elms)|
This episode of our Ghost Writer post is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until June 20th at noon (CET). I will (try to) post our new episode, Creek, later on.