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

Haiku Ken Sawitri Painting Jimat Achmadi (Indonesia) Published for the 3rd time in Daily Haiga on May 11th, 2017 Selected by Linda Pilarski. Haiku published for the 2nd time in Living Haiku Anthology on July 18th, 2016 Selected by Don Baird; published for the 1st time in The Mainichi Japan’s National Daily Since 1922, on June 4th, 2015 Selected by Isamu Hashimoto

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Laundry Day 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, May 5th, 2017 Selected by Linda Pilarski

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Old Volcano Photo Haiku from Indonesia : NHK World TV Gallery, HAIKU MASTERS, May 2017, Today

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Misty Rain Haiku from Indonesia : NHK World TV Gallery, HAIKU MASTERS, May 2017, Today

Honoured this work being chosen among 5702 photo haiku submissions from 97 countries & territories (as of May 2nd, 2017)

 

misty rain

she aligns

her mourning veil

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)

Published for the 1st time in NHK World TV Gallery, HAIKU MASTERS, May 2017
Curated by Kazuko Nishimura and Kit Pancoast Nagamura

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Thudding Nutmeg Haiku : Mainichi Shimbun, Japan’s National Daily Since 1922 – Haiku in English, Today

Nutmeg, the spice associated with holiday cheer, has a less than cheerful history. Fort Nassau was the first Dutch fort built on Banda island, the main island of the Banda Islands, part of Maluku (Moluccas or Spice islands) in Indonesia, completed in 1609. Its purpose was to control the trade in nutmeg, which at that time was only grown in the Banda Islands.

 

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia) Published for the 1st time in Haiku in English, The Mainichi, Japan’s National Daily Since 1922, April 28th, 2016 Selected by Master Isamu Hashimoto

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Dewdrop Haiku : The Asahi Shimbun, Today

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia) Published for the 1st time in ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK/ David McMurray , The Asahi Shimbun, April 31st, 2017 Selected by David McMurray

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Light Haiku : Chrysanthemum 21, Today

memory of the atomic bomb

morning light’s

ticking

 

Erinnerung an die Atombombe

des Morgenlichts

das Ticken

 

Ken Sawitri (Indonesia)
Published for the 1st time and translated into German by the Chrysanthemum Editorial Team in Chrysanthemum 21, April 2017
Selected by Beate Conrad

 

Chrysanthemum 21 Cover design, graphics, and general layout ©2016 Beate Conrad