haiku history lecture
Issue 09.1 | 4 March 2010
Amusing! I like the tension between lack of illumination (i.e., the not listening) and the lanterns.
An intriguing senryu, Aubrie Cox. Reminds me of the word transparency required of haiku (et al). To SHOW rather than tell.
is watching me
Well said, mechaieh. Also, the tension between maps and actuality :
our car arrives..
in a field?
Reminds me of a tanka you once wrote in a similar class–a very different history lesson, of course.
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