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Light Photo Haiku from Indonesia into NHK World TV Programme (Video). Honoured Being Chosen among 3645 photo haiku submissions from 88 countries & territory

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.
My bow,

Ken Sawitri

 

 

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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

 

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Moon Haiga : The Mamba Journal, Today!

Haiga Ken Sawitri Painting Jimat Achmadi (Indonesia) Published for the 1st time in The Mamba, a haiku journal Issue 3, March 24th, 2017 Selected by Adjei Agyei-Baah

 

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Scarecrow Haiku : “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga” Today

Haiga Ken Sawitri Painting Jimat Achmadi (Indonesia) Published for the 1st time in DailyHaiga, March 6th, 2017 Selected by Linda Pilarski

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Shadow Haiku : Haiku Commentary by Nicholas Klacsanzky, Today

Nicholas David Klacsanzky on Google Plus, March 5th, 2017

 

 

abandoned house

I strike the bell

with my shadow

 

rumah yang terbengkalai

kutarik loncengnya

dengan bayanganku

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 5th time in Haiku Commentary, digging deep into the small things, on March 4th, 2017
Selected by Nicholas David Klacsanzky

Published for the 4th time in Ardea, the multilingual short-form poetry journal, Issue 6, September, 2016
Selected by John Kinory
Translated into Indonesian by Ken Sawitri

Published for the 3rd time in The Falling Star, haiku anthology
Selected haiku from Wild Plum – a haiku journal and the Wild Plum Haiku Contest 2016, on August 31st 2016
Edited by Gabriel Sawicki

Published for the 2nd time in Living Haiku Anthology, July 18th, 2016
Selected by Don Baird

Published for the 1st time in Wild Plum, a haiku journal 2.1 Spring & Summer Issue, March 1st, 2016
Selected by Gabriel Sawicki

 

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Pala Banda Haiku : Wild Plum Spring & Summer 2017

Hazy moon

the clear sound

of a thudding nutmeg

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 1st time in Wild Plum, a haiku journal 3.1 Spring & Summer Issue, March 1st, 2017
Selected by Gabriel Sawicki

 

 

Wild Plum, a haiku journal, 3.1 Spring & Summer Issue, Cover Art ©2017 Azi Kuder

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End of Oration Haiga : Wild Plum Spring & Summer 2017

Haiga Ken Sawitri Painting Jimat Achmadi (Indonesia) Published for the 1st time in Wild Plum, a haiku journal 3.1, Spring & Summer Issue, March 1st, 2017 Selected by Maria Tomczak

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Salt Farmer Haiku : Wild Plum Spring & Summer 2017

Sultry air

the salt farmer’s wife

raking up the sun

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 1st time in Wild Plum, a haiku journal 3.1 Spring & Summer Issue, March 1st, 2017
Selected by Gabriel Sawicki

 

 

Wild Plum, a haiku journal, 3.1 Spring & Summer Issue, Cover Art ©2017 Azi Kuder

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Needle Haiku : The Cicada’s Cry Winter 2016 Edition

Proud being in The Cicada’s Cry – a micro-zine of haiku poetry.  Published four times per year in the Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter, there are just six haiku / senryu in each issue. The goal of The Cicada’s Cry is to publish the best in contemporary English-language haiku and senryu.
The Cicada’s Cry is also available by subscription.

 
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piercing cold

repeat to pass the thread

through a needle

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)
Published for the 1st time in ‘Cats’, The Cicada’s Cry 2016 Winter Edition
Selected JM Reinbold and Maria Masington