—Ann K. Schwader
Issue 18.1 | 20 April 2018
That tang, draws eyes to the firelight on the horizon; often tangs, inspire the need of action.
__ And, too >so many cities are built on bones< well understood, and deeply read, Ann. Grand pieces.
the honored bones
of they that built this city
within its graves
tomorrow has been taught
the young dream
The haiku is well crafted with juxtaposition (renso) of images. The contained space (ma) needs to be creatively interpreted.Congratulations!
Pravat Kumar Padhy
Publication Credit: World Haiku Review, Summer August 2014
Like your sunrise!
the falling sun
shadows the sand
Oh! That word 'tang' carries a harsh, metallic sense to this. Devastating.
—ANN K. SCHWADER
I like how the photograph extends the haiku and becomes a wildfire sunrise instead of cherry blossom.
Love those first two lines of a distant tang of wind, yet intimate with the wildfire sunrise enfolding right in front of you.
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