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Shadow Haiku : Haiku Commentary by Nicholas Klacsanzky, Today

Nicholas Klacsanzky, the editor of Haiku Commentary, an online journal for the analysis of haiku and related forms, is a widely-published haiku, senryu, and tanka poet, and a technical editor by profession. He is a mentor for haiku, senryu, and tanka on the online group Poets on Google Plus. He was conferred with a certificate for being one of the top 100 haiku poets in Europe in 2015 and 2016 by Haiku Euro Top curated by Krzysztof Kokot. Nicholas wants to carry on the tradition of his father George Klacsanzky, a pioneer in the haiku scene in America, with his publication Haiku Zasshi Zo, by promoting haiku further.

Today, Indonesia getting the honoured being appreciated in his precious blog Haiku Commentary.
Thank you, Nicholas!
Greetings from Indonesia,



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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