Jim Kacian and One-Line Haiku

Every morning, I look at my blogs and then visit The Haiku Foundation (THF), to read Per Diem, the daily haiku on the home page.  This month, one-line haiku are featured.  Jim Kacian introduced this November collection, edited by John Barlow, in a troutswirl post on October 31, 2012.  troutswirl is THF blog.

This link is for THF main page, with the Per Diem poems:  http://www.thehaikufoundation.org.

This link will take you directly to troutswirl:  http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/blog.

Here is a classic one-line haiku and haiga by Jim Kacian:

Jim Kacian
All Rights Reserved.

Posted with his kind permisssion.

Prose Posies – Cara Holman’s blog

Cara Holman hosted a poetry reading on her blog earlier this year, in honor of National Haiku Poetry Day (April 17, 2012), which is sponsored by The Haiku Foundation.

Cara kindly included this haiku of mine, which is a personal favorite.

time with old friends
poems in a journal
from years ago

Links:

Cara’s Prose Posies blog:  http://www.caraholman.wordpress.com

The Haiku Foundation:  http://www.thehaikufoundation.org

where i leave off, three haiku by Jim Kacian

five till they are one and none geese

between statues the rest of history

the river silver for sun gold set

Jim Kacian is the founder and director of The Haiku Foundation, owner and publisher of Red Moon Press, and author of 16 (mainly haiku) books.  These poems are published here with his kind permission.  All rights reserved.

where i leave off, haiku by Jim Kacian is available from Red Moon Press (rmp). This book includes Dutch translations.  Please visit rmp for complete information. http://www.redmoonpress.com

Here’s the link to The Haiku Foundation. http://thehaikufoundation.org