Tag Archive | DailyHaiku

First Rain Haiku : into “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga”, Today

First Rain Haiku : into “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga”, Today

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Rolling Egg Haiga into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 5

Rolling Egg Haiga into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 5

“DailyHaiga,” Special Feature: “Kampung Halaman, Haiku and Haiga from Indonesia, Haiga by Ken Sawitri and Jimat Achmadi”

“DailyHaiga,” Special Feature: “Kampung Halaman, Haiku and Haiga from Indonesia, Haiga by Ken Sawitri and Jimat Achmadi”

  KAMPUNG HALAMAN, HAIKU AND HAIGA FROM INDONESIA Writing haiku is adress to something universal, one flows in such refinement to submit to nature, return to nature. “Where they look is nothing but flowers, what they think is nothing but the moon. Perceiving shapes other than flowers amounts to being a barbarian. Holding thoughts other […]

Reading Lesson Shahai into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 2

Reading Lesson Shahai into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 2

Cold Night Haiku into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 2

Cold Night Haiku into “Failed Haiku, A Journal of English Senryu”, Volume 1 Issue 2

 

Ngejaman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia into “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga” Today

Ngejaman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia into “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga” Today

  Ada satu jam yang sangat terkenal di Yogyakarta yakni Ngejaman atau Tugu Jam yang terletak di pertigaan depan Gereja BPIB Marga Mulya Jalan Margamulya (Malioboro bagian selatan). Jam ini dibuat tahun 1936. Dulu juga sering disebut ‘Jam Keraton’, mungkin karena berasal dari keraton (A. Sartono).    

The Lost Crab : “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga” Today

The Lost Crab : “DailyHaiga, an edited journal of contemporary and traditional haiga” Today