Snow Dust

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drizzling snow dust
twinkle in the winter sun
as breeze stir pine trees

Pat R

1/05/16

For

Carpe Diem Tokubetsudesu #64 Beyond “movement”

“…Tokubetsudesu episode of 2016 in which we explore “undou” (movement), the new haiku writing technique created by Kristjaan Panneman aka Chèvrefeuille who is our host at Carpe Diem Haiku. For an interesting read on his conversation with Jane Reichhold on his creation with this form please follow the link below:

Carpe Diem Haiku

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4 responses to “Snow Dust

    • A typo 🙂 But I did look that up and stur is an obsolete version of stir it seems. Plus, it’s a past participle. ..never understood that in school and still don’t, my English teacher would definitely call me out on this:) P.S. answered this early today but apparently my phone ate it 🙂

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    • I am liking your conversation with Jane on your invention of this technique. After thinking about it I believe that ‘static’ was born from ‘movement’. Capturing that moment in time that was already a continuum. Hang in thee, you may convince her yet.There is a lot to be said for new eyes:)

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