Today’s Haiku (December 21, 2011)

うごけば、  寒い     橋本夢道

ugokeba,        samui

if I move,                  cold

 

Mudo Hashimoto

from ‘Haiku,’ a monthly haiku magazine, December 2011  Issue, Kadokawa Gakugei Shuppan, Tokyo

Fay’s Note:  This haiku is from “Burei naru Tsuma” (“Impolite Wife,” haiku collection by the poet), published in 1954,

This haiku has only  7 onji with a comma and space.

5 responses to “Today’s Haiku (December 21, 2011)

  1. Hi, Fay, I live in a trailer…her in the NE… I know that haiku in my bones! Happy Winter Solstice.

  2. Minnesota – I know this, too.

  3. Your words have blossomed here… all of a sudden it’s spring!

  4. Pingback: Across the Haikuverse, No. 28: The On Beyond Zebra Edition « Red Dragonfly

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