World Haiku Series 2019 (159)
Haiku by Reshida Coba
others feed them
I invite to dance
The Basho Festival, October 12, 2018
learns to bent
an oxygen molecule not linked yet
at my pearls
leaf on leaf
joining each other
sifting thru the fingers
— Translated by Hidenori Hiruta
Photos at the Basho Festival
On October 12, 2018, Reshida Coba took part in one of the biggest Haiku events in Japan, the event that represents the name of Matsuo Basho, the most famous poet in the history of Japan.
In Basho’s honor every year in his hometown, Iga Ueno, Mie Prefecture, on October 12 takes place the Haiku festival with the participation of the most famous poets of Japan and the winners of the first prize for Haiku of the previous year.
Live in Los Angeles for almost 20 years. Origin Albanian.
Published 3 books of Haiku
I…the Woman R
Flirt with the Universe
Letter to a Cloud
Writing poetry …mostly Erotic Poetry that comes from feminism, a women’s body is the most known and likable by readers compered by critics as Anna Akhmatova, Anais Nin.
Honored by the Artist Union Albania for the creativity and remarkable contribution to the enrichment of the poetry and the literature value bringing her innovation to contemporary Haiku poetry with a one-line Haiku and two lines in Albania.
Well suited for the job a company involved in La Mission Study Research speaking 4 languages- Albanian, Greek, Italian, English
In 2014 in Poetry Day Competition win First Prize Golden Pen Michigan
First prize in 100 HOOKED ON HAIKU of 2016-17
First Prize in 5 Annual Best Hooked on Haiku of 2018-2019