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Hi Alan, Among living poets…

Hi Alan,

Among living poets who write haiku I like Gary Snyder, though he is more well known for his longer efforts.

I looked up Virgilio, but couldn't find anything. Tell me, if you will.

I wrote this, following a 5-7-5 format, except I don't really think traditional haiku has to do that. It only has to be very short, even less than 17 syllables.

Sea of Galilee

placed, blue, God's own daughter

blood in the…

Well we could start a discuss…

Well we could start a discussion and see if others are tempted to join. :-)

Who are your favourite American/Western or non-Western haiku poets from the 1990s onwards?

Basically post-Virgilio.

From Japan:

Tohta Kaneko


Fay Aoyagi


Johannes Bjerg


Arwyn Evans

Karen Hoy

USA again:


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