How I treasure the opportunity to receive feedback about my work.
Honoured being chosen among 3645 photo haiku submissions from 88 countries & territory in HAIKU MASTERS, NHK World TV Programme and NHK world Video on Demand, Episode 7: ‘Rikugien Gardens Tokyo’. Rikugien means ‘Garden of the 6 Principles of Poetry’ as its aesthetics are rooted in the world of Waka poetry.
A very warm and hearty thank you to Michio Nakahara-sensei (Haiku Master), Kit Pancoast Nagamura (Haiku Poet), and Lisa Vogt (Photographer) who reviewed our humble work.
Thank you for the support, guidance, and encouragement.
Ken Sawitri (Indonesia) Published for the 2nd time in HAIKU MASTERS, Episode 7 : ‘Rikugien Gardens Tokyo’, NHK World TV Programme on October 31st-November 1st, 2016 & NHK World Video on Demand Broadcasts on October 31st, 2016 Available until November 28th, 2016. Published for the 1st time in NHK World TV Gallery, HAIKU MASTERS, Episode 10/2016 #7, October 2016 Curated by Michio Nakahara
Proud being selected again in Right Hand Pointing Annual Haiku Issue 2017. Dale Wisely, the Editor, writes: “This issue, like last year’s, is guest-edited by our long-time supporter and contributor Eric Burke. Let me tell you something about Eric. Eric has got some serious focus and discipline. Just short of 149 people submitted haiku to this issue. We allowed submitters to send in up to 10 poems and many did. I estimate that Eric read around 750 haiku, from which he selected the 42 poems which appear in this issue. I read a sampling of the poems Eric declined. It would have driven me slap crazy to have had to turn down that many poems, because so many were so good.”
a toddler finds the laughter button
on her doll
Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)
Published for the 1st time in RIGHT HAND POINTING, an online magazine of short poetry, flash fiction & art, Issue 107, Haiku, February 1st, 2017
Selected by Eric Burke
L1 establishes the theme while the symbolically rich image in Ls 2&3 could be read as an authorial timely comment on tough economic times.”
year’s end —
leaking pot patched
by its lime crust
Chinese Translation (Traditional)
Chinese Translation (Simplified)
Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)
Published for the 4th time in Never Ending Story: first English-Chinese bilingual haiku and tanka blog, on December 31st, 2016
Selected and translated into Chinese by Chen-ou Liu
Published for the 3rd time in Living Haiku Anthology on July 18th, 2016
Selected by Don Baird
Published for the 2nd time as haiga in DailyHaiga on December 31st, 2015
Selected by Linda Pilarski
Published for the 1st time in Wednesday Haiku 204, Issa’s Untidy Hut, the poetry blog for Lilliput Review on March 18th, 2015
Selected by Don Wentworth
Honoured being chosen among 4216 photo haiku submissions from 89 countries & territory in HAIKU MASTERS, NHK World TV Program and NHK World Video on Demand, Episode 9 : ‘Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art / Tokyo’
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A very warm and hearty thank you to Michio Nakahara-sensei for the support, guidance, and encouragement.
Haiku Ken Sawitri (Indonesia) Published for the 2nd time in HAIKU MASTERS, Episode 9 : ‘Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art / Tokyo’, NHK World TV Programme on December 26th-27th, 2016 & NHK World Video on Demand Broadcast on December 26th, 2016 Available until January 30th, 2017 Published for the 1st time in NHK World TV Gallery, HAIKU MASTERS, Episode 12/2016 #9, December 2016 Curated by Michio Nakahara