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He also supplies a scholarly clear, fascinating introductory essay on nature and development of haiku form. The following ISBNs are associated with this title:. ISBN - Look for similar items by category:. Pepper-Pod: A Haiku Sampler. Prices and offers may vary in store.

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Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to:. Hours of Play:. Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. What of that do you have backed-up? It is still your stuff, your work, your files and pictures, your posts and words. I can say without a doubt I composed the best poem I have ever written in At nearly 1, words, it is the longest I have ever written, and yet despite the length I still put a lot of work into every word, phrase, line ending.

It took months to finish editing, and I had read it so much at that point I nearly had it memorized. I read it aloud at Scares That Care Weekend, and it was well received. The interesting thing is that it inspired me to try longer poems more often. My form has always been the short lyric, inspired by Catullus. The longer form has some interesting things I like to play with more. April was poetry month and I did my April Poems as I usually do.


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This year, based on my obsession with Japanese poetry, I decided to try writing tanka for the month. April Poems, has 30 tanka, or at least tanka style poems.

I am not quite sure if I am getting some of the nuance of the form. I started off the year with a great accomplishment.

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She loved it. It was sadly the only submission of the year. I started off with good intentions, as we all do. I started writing a post on haiku , and plan to write follow on about tanka and renga as well. My goals for include more nerdy posts about what computer stuff I use for book writing and making. On the software side, I make a slight change and purchased iA Writer.

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It has some features, such as tags, which make it better for organization that ByWord. That said, it is only a slight change, as I still use ByWord as well.

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When I first got it, I started immediately changing the settings to customize things. I do still think that it focuses too much on formatting when it should be focusing on writing.


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  • I saw several posts about how many books had been read in , and I started to put my list together… only to realize it was very, very short. It was only after I moved a stack of books that I had read a lot this year, just not novels. Most of my reading was poetry or about poetry.

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    I can say this, though I only read five novels this year, they are all fantastic, and I recommend them all. Smith, you are missing out. Life on Mars is fantastic. From there, I picked up the Kokinshu , which is one of the first Imperial anthologies of Japanese Poetry.