Saturday, March 28, 2009

V: 016

sunrise coffee
the fog lifts
with the second cup

- click on the haiga to enlarge it; photo: Mohawk River at Washington Ave., Schenectady, Jan. 7, 2009 -


At March 29, 2009 5:49 AM, Blogger Dalloway said...

excellent haiga. ah to be at one with the Mohawk River

At March 29, 2009 7:57 AM, Blogger david giacalone said...

Good morning (here along the Mohawk), Dalloway. I hope you've had an excellent Sunday. I just visited your lovely website for the first time and shall be back often, despite pangs of envy over your haiga.

At March 30, 2009 5:34 AM, Blogger Dalloway said...

Thanks for dropping by. Im still feeling my way with haiku, so please feel free to offer any suggestions.

At March 30, 2009 3:57 PM, Blogger david giacalone said...

You're very welcome, Dalloway. I'm a bit shy about giving advice to individuals or about particular haiku. My "Tell-ems/Psyku Essay" -- -- sums up a lot of my feelings about what makes a good haiku.

And, I will say it yet again: I've never seen a haiku that was improved by being a one-liner rather than a three-liner. All one-liners do is (1) confuse a lot of people about what a haiku is; (2) suggest that haiku really are just bumper sticker verse"; and (3) give a sad cry for attention.

At February 22, 2016 3:28 AM, Anonymous voyance par mail gratuite said...

Fantastic work, thank you so much for shedding a light on the topic.


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