Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Falling Leaves

Falling Leaves will be a collection of haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, haiga and other works celebrating the season of autumn as it enfolds.

It will run from August 1st to October 30th 2006.

The blog is a follow-on from Ukku Spring Haiku and Summer Haiku.

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Blogger . Gabi Greve said...

All the best with this collection !

Here is a bit of the . World Kigo Database on Autumn (aki).

Other kigo with AUTUMN we have so far are :

. Autum Cherry Shikizakura (Japan)
. Autumn Equinox (higan, Japan)
. Autumn Festival (aki matsuri, Japan)
. Autumn Leaves (momiji, Japan) yellow leaves, colored leaves
. Autumn Melancholy (Europe)

.?World Kigo Database : Main Index.

Greetings from Japan

Gabi Greve
. Happy Haiku Gallery .


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