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Haiku Lesson 2 - When Juxtaposition Fails - the Space Between

July 2002 issue

WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals School

 Ferris Gilli, Instructor/Editor (US)

 2 – Hibiscus – When Juxtaposition Fails: The Space Between

Greetings, Hibiscus friends! 945 more words

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Haiku Lessons 1 - Clutter and Credibility

July 2002 issue

WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals School

Ferris Gilli, Instructor/Editor (US)

CLUTTER & CREDIBILITY – Trust between Reader and Poet

CLUTTER CLUES

One thing that helps us in our efforts to write simple, focused, uncluttered haiku is trust in our readers’ intelligence and their accumulated knowledge. 1,491 more words

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Haiku Lessons part 4 - Nature Exercise

March 2002

WHCschools – Hibiscus Petals: Nature Exercise

WHCschools Traditional Western Haiku School
Ferris Gilli, Hibiscus School Instructor

On May 2, 2001, Mrs. Gilli presented the following Nature Exercise: … 1,430 more words

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Haiku Lessons part 3

May 2001

Hibiscus Petals

WHCschools Traditional Western Haiku School
Ferris Gilli, Instructor

Part III  Kukai Lesson: Allusion in Haiku

Mark Brooks, an accomplished haiku poet and an editor of the new on-line journal, … 963 more words

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Haiku Lessons part 1

May 2001

Hibiscus Petals

WHCschools Traditional Western Haiku School
Ferris Gilli, Instructor

Introduction: 

The Hibiscus School of Western traditional haiku, which has been active since January 2001, offers poets a solid grounding in the basic guidelines for writing English haiku.  1,280 more words

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