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Bachelor’s Garden (Srikaya) Haiku into Never Ending Story

Chen-ou said:

The juxtaposed images of the “‘bachelor’s’ garden” and “ripening ‘sugar-apples'” are pregnant with multiple layers of meaning. One of them is that the phrase, “sugar-apples ripen[ing]/along its path” functions more like a prefigurative image that does not represent what exists [a bachelor] but potentially anticipates some features of what will exist[a mature family man].”


Ken Sawitri_DailyHaiga_Never Ending Story_bachelor's garden_sugar apple

Chen-ou Liu ‏@StoryHaikuTanka 24 December  2015 5 retweets 5 likes


bachelor’s garden
sugar-apples ripen
along its path

Chinese Translation (Traditional)


Chinese Translation (Simplified)



Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 2nd time in Never Ending Story: first English-Chinese bilingual haiku and tanka blog on December 24th, 2015
Selected and translated into Chinese by Chen-ou Liu

Published as haiga for the 1st time in Daily Haiga on May 26th, 2014
Selected by Linda Pilarski


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