Haiku by Michael Dylan Welch at the HIA Annual Convention (2013)

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Haiku about the Great East Japan Earthquake (9)

   On March 13, 2011, Graziella Dupuy, a Facebook friend of mine, who is a French artist, contributed the following photo with French haiku.       Michael Dylan Welch, a haikuist friend of mine in USA, wrote the original haiku in English, which is translated into French by Graziella Dupuy.   after the quake … Continue reading Haiku about the Great East Japan Earthquake (9)

UPDATES: Haiku North America in Seattle, August 3-7, 2011

  Thanks to Mr. Michael Dylan Welch, I accepted the official press release announcing the HNA 2011 conference.       Haiku North America 2011 – Seattle, Washington    Save the date! Haiku North America 2011 will be held August 3 to 7, 2011, in Seattle, Washington.   Members of the Haiku Northwest group have … Continue reading UPDATES: Haiku North America in Seattle, August 3-7, 2011

News from HIA : ukiaHaiku Festival 2011 and the HNA 2011 Conference

  Dr. Akito Arima (有馬朗人)is President of the Haiku International Association (HIA)(国際俳句交流協会)(http://www.haiku-hia.com), a nonprofit organization aimed at promoting haiku globally. Dr. Arima also leads the haiku group Ten’I (Providence)(天為)(http://haikunet.info).       looking for something lost ―        wearing a winter cap   失ひしものを探しに冬帽子    This haiku is Dr. Arima’s masterpiece, which was presented to the … Continue reading News from HIA : ukiaHaiku Festival 2011 and the HNA 2011 Conference

International Haiku New Year’s Festival 2011 (Part 5)

  The last day, we received a mail of congratulations on the New Year’s festival from William Sorlien’s rabbit in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. The rabbit says, “Thank you for celebrating the Rabbit Year at a great party.”       And at last the rabbits went back home, leaving their message.       … Continue reading International Haiku New Year’s Festival 2011 (Part 5)