World Haiku Series 2020 (11)
Haiku by Daniela Misso
of jasmine incense…
The Asahi Shimbun Asahi Haikuist Network/David McMurray
August 21, 2020
the route of swallows
above my roof
Modern Haiku Volume 51.3 2020
a one-legged grasshopper
climbing up the window —
Honorable Mention in the THF Monthly Kukai — October 2020
at the fountain …
leaving to the clouds
Failed Haiku, Issue 54, May 2020
holiday goes –
the whiteness of sea foam on the shoreline
Haikukai Mondo Haiku, March 2020.
passing through the grass …
The Mainichi September 18, 2020
the first light of dawn
Under the Basho, category Modern Haiku and Poet’s Personal Best
30 October, 2020
on the satin sheet
ESUJ -H English-Speaking Union of Japan September, 2020
over my village –
12thYamadera Basho Memorial Museum English Haiku Contest (2020)
shadow of the branches
at my doorway
cattails: The Official Journal of the United Haiku and Tanka Society
October 2020 Issue
－Translated by Hidenoei Hiruta
Ms. Daniela Misso kindly and delightedly presented five photos to the World Haiku Series 2020.
Daniela Misso was born in Milan but currently she lives in a medieval village, San Gemini, in Umbria, with her son and husband, enjoying and observing nature. She retired from the Teaching due to her phisycal disability.
She successfully participates at poetry competitions receiving several recognitions and prizes.
She has had some haiku published in italian anthologies as well as journals, blogs and e-zines worldwide.
She is a member of the British Haiku Society.
Work anthologised: Haiku Anthology Vol.6 (2020) of Haiku University, ed. Saku publishing Co. ltd., Japan; Haiku Tra meridiani e paralleli V stagione (a volume of haiku edited by FusibiliaLibri, 2020); Le tue Parole 51 (a collection of poems, edited by Pagine, 2019, Roma); M’illumino d’immenso 30 (a collection of poems edited by Pagine, 2020, Roma); Love The British Haiku Society 30th Anniversary Members’ Tanka Anthology 1990-2020 (an anthology of Tanka edited by British Haiku Society, Editor AA Marcoff, 2020); Haikukai (Mondo Haiku), March 2020; Haikukai (Mondo Haiku), October 2020.