Science of the Soul Research

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Tuesday, 15 October 2019

The Haiku Foundation ~ Babbling Brook





babbling brook--
on the rock
World Peace Day art






(World Peace Day, 21st September 2018) 
🔗 The Sense of Place THF ~ hearing

Editor kjmunro

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Friday, 11 October 2019

FemkuMag ~ String Haiku







Early 19th century migrant arrivals in sail boats. Some accompanied by their families, others alone.



junk boat
matchmaker too
waits at the wharf



There being few of migrant tongue speaking maidens in the new land.



early migrant
the matchmaker offers
her service



Migrant's sons. One comes of age, the family selects a wife for him.
Matchmaker reads son's horoscope.



migrant culture
mother looks for
perfect match



During the process of selecting a bride, preparation for the big day has already begun.



migrant son
prepares
pen for chicks






🔗 FemkuMag String Haiku Feature

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FemkuMag Issue 4, 2018

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Haiku University Japan ~ Morning Market




morning market
the cat plays with button mushrooms








Haiku Column
weekly ~
honorable mention

Guest Editor Nicholas David Klacsanzky
https://youtu.be/V891tkADTlE

Tuesday, 1 October 2019

Africa Haiku Network ~ Snail





downpour
a snail inches up
the buffalo's back




🔸


©Christina Chin (Malaysia)
Africa Haiku Network Rainfall Haiku Series, 
Haiga/Photoku No. #36, 10/07/18. 
Editor Adjei Agyei-Baah 

Monday, 30 September 2019

Asahi Shimbun ~ Civet Cat




midnight
civet cat prowls
the hanging garden






The Asahi Shimbun (朝日新聞) Haikuist 🏯
Editor David McMurray
🔗 Asahi Shimbun Haikuist

 🔗 YouTube

Friday, 27 September 2019

Asahi Shimbun ~ Tree House





rainforest
the treehouse
sensurround








FROM THE NOTEBOOK.
The Asahi Shimbun (朝日新聞) Haikuist 🏯
Editor David McMurray 

🔗 Asahi Shimbun Haikuist ~ Rainforest



🔗 YouTube Asahi Shimbun Haikuist ~Rainforest

Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Failed Haiku ~ Childhood Imprints





childhood imprints
one that doesn't
let me forget








🔗 Failed Haiku Vol 3 Issue 33 

Vol 33 Failed Haiku Journal

Michael Rehling
Guest Editor Adjei Agyei-Baah