Monthly Archives: October 2019

Autumn Wind

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku303 – Whenever I speak      Whenever I speak      My lips are      chilled— Autumn wind. The haiku is by Basho. This poem has become a well-known Japanese proverb, meaning “It is better to leave … Continue reading

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Particles

Particles associates itself with a haiku I wrote. Subway trains rush by, passing people, particles, only breath remains Find 49 minutes, sit back, and allow your mind to wander. Cheers – george

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Town On The Horizon – for Elijah

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku302 – bursts from our guns      bursts from our guns      the town on the horizon      a brief vision of light The haiku was by Julien Vocance published “Cent visions de guerre” (A Hundred … Continue reading

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No Food In The House

No Food In The House piece was based on a haiku I wrote:      No food in the house      Someone please go to the store      Finally, dinner! The piece is in three parts, each part relating to a line in the … Continue reading

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On The Sidewalk – Temporary Existence

On The Sidewalk – Temporary Existence This is my first electronic album in what is planned to be a trilogy. On The Sidewalk, was inspired by a haiku by Jack Kerouac.      On the sidewalk      A dead baby bird      For the … Continue reading

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Always The First To Bloom

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku300 – four, five, nine years      four, five, nine years      always the first to bloom…      cherry tree The haiku was by Kobayashi Issa: his poems were often lively and humorous, despite his life … Continue reading

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