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August 2008 Issue VIII:3

"As time moves on, the art of haikai will go through its own thousand transitions and ten thousand changes, but all transformations based on makoto (genuineness) will be part of the master's art. The master said, "Never content yourself with the drivel of the ancients. Just as the four seasons change, all things become new. Everything is that way."

-Tohō, disciple of Bashō (translated by David Landis Barnhill)



Haiku of Ko Reishi (Huang Ling-zhi)

Poems

Found Haiku

 

Review

The Scorpion Prize for Issue VIII:2

 



ISSN 1933-7337

Copyright © by Roadrunner Haiku Journal. All artwork and haiku, unless otherwise noted, are copyright by the indicated artists/writers. All rights revert to the authors and artists upon publication. The roadrunner logo and the scorpion images are by Scott Metz.

 

 

 

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