Sunday, 2 August 2009

Why HAIKU by Roy Lindquist


Life is like
footsteps in wet snow
gone tomorrow

There is so much beauty in this world, and most of the most observation we do, is small tiny pictures of a second who is like a shooting star and can only be catched in a poem like Haiku.

I feel I am like a Koi ( Japanese goldfish) swimming in a small pond alone, and my only company is the sky above the surface of the water...more like a lonely poet.

I fall in love of Haiku by a New Year card from my friend in Japan who wrote in Kanji shodo some years ago.

Haiku words is dancing elegant on the paper in the most beautiful writing that gives words the dobble artistic feeling, first for the eye and then for the ear, and at last for the mind ( read; heart)

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Thanks to Mr Isao Shinozaki - translator

My friend Mr Isao Shinozaki, teacher and mentor has helped me with translation to Japanese characters of my Haiku.
I am very grateful for his help which is of great value for me.
Domo Arrigato

Fujieda Teruo

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