Today’s Haiku (January 23, 2011)

木の中のやはらかき虫雪降れり   冨田拓也

ki no naka no yawarakakaki mushi yuki fureri

a soft insect

inside the tree

snow falling

Takuya Tomita

from “Shinsen 21” ,  (“New Selection 21,” an anthology of the haiku poets under 40-year-olds) edited by Bansei Tsukushi, Yasuko Tsushima, Leona Takahashi, You-shorin, Nagano, Japan, December 2009

One response to “Today’s Haiku (January 23, 2011)

  1. Merrill Ann Gonzales

    Snug as a bug in a rug…. The poet may feel small, but it’s of no import as the tree is protection from all that is outside.

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