First Snow

 

Writing Technique: Narrowing focus

at twilight

comes the first snow fall

fawn’s footprints

PR

12/31/15

Inspired by:

amenohiya madakini kurete nemuno hana

A rainy day

Quickly falls the night–

Silk-tree blossoms

(c) Yosa Buson

amenohiya madakini kurete nemuno hana

A rainy day

Quickly falls the night–

Silk-tree blossoms

(c) Yosa Buson

ake yasuki yo wo iso ni yoru kurage kana

the short night ending–

close to the water’s edge

a jellyfish

(c) Yosa Buson

in the moonlight

Wisteria flowers look fragile –

a gust of wind

© Chèvrefeuille

“…Is this “narrowing focus”? I think so. I will try to explain it. “In the moonlight”, far away, high up in the sky; “Wisteria flowers look fragile”, down to earth; “a gust of wind”, that’s very close to the body if you can feel that…”

For Carpe Diem Haiku

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