!! I publish this new episode of Sparkling Stars already, because I haven't enough time next weekend to write and publish new posts !!
Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
It's my pleasure to publish an all new episode of our "Sparkling Stars" feature. In this episode I love to take you on a "trip" along haiku written by Jack Kerouac.
Let me first give you all a brief biography of his life:
|Jack Kerouac (1922-1969)|
|Credits: Jack Kerouac's Grave|
In my medicine cabinet,
the winter fly
has died of old age.
November - how nasal
The summer chair
rocking by itself
In the blizzard
out there on the fence -
They're all going to die
© Jack Kerouac
All wonderful haiku by Jack Kerouac, last May (2014) we had Jack Kerouac as our featured haiku-poet for the CD-Specials, you can find those episodes by clicking on the beneath given links:
And of course I have to share an all new haiku here inspired on the haiku above and from the posts. Not easy, but I have to try ...
|Waterfall of Flowers|
drunken sailors bend over
it's a strange sight
like a waterfall they fall
Ah! that sight
a waterfall of flowers
Well .... I hope you all did like this new episode of our "Sparkling Stars" feature and that it will inspire you to write/compose an all new haiku (or more than one).
This episode of "Sparkling Stars" is open for your submissions Saturday October 25th at noon (CET) and will remain open until Saturday November 1st at noon (CET). For now ... have fun, be inspired and share your haiku with us all here at our Haiku Kai.