International Haiku Day Zoom Event, Sunday, April 17, 2022 at 2 p.m.


Thank you Larry Robbin of the Moonstone Arts Center for accepting my haiku to be in Haiku 2022 Anthology, as well as to be part of International Haiku Day Zoom Event. Glad to see that Ron Bremner, Elizabeth Cohen, and Don Krieger are among the contributors.

Zoom Link: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIqdOCsqzkjGtNEuH75LhkFaTTLV7PkKZyV

 The old pond,
 A frog jumps in,
Plop!
 
Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) – Translated by Allan Watts
The Old Pond may be the most famous of all haiku
 
“Haiku is an important form of creative expression because it distills language down to the essentials: observation, interpretation, and communication. It asks both the reader and the writer to look and search inward and outward.” Sean Lynch, Program Director of the Nick Virgilio Haiku Association and Writers House in Camden, NJ.        

Reading from the contributors to Haiku 2022
Not All Contributors Will Be Reading
 
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