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Haiku- one famous poet in this genre

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Haiku
Inspirations
Poems
With a crunching sound
the praying mantis devours
the face of a bee
--Tamaguchi Seichi
Traditional Haiku
Modern Haiku
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History
Typical Subject
Structure
Bicycle Race
Twenty moving pastels
Smeared across
A page of asphalt
Gregory Dimmock
Rhyme:
Regular Metre
:
Specific Form
:
Frankie Tu
The Genre's Features in the Poem
The Genre's Features in the Poem
5 syllables for 1st line
7 syllables for 2nd line
5 syllables for 3rd line
√YES

one intense moment of awareness/"cutting" (kiru):
√YES

a still-life painting or photograph:
√YES

"simply what is happening at this moment in this place":
√YES

a mood, an atmosphere, one simple observation:
√YES
5 syllables for 1st line
7 syllables for 2nd line
5 syllables for 3rd line
×NO

one intense moment of awareness/"cutting" (kiru):
√YES

a still-life painting or photograph:
√YES

"simply what is happening at this moment in this place":
√YES

a mood, an atmosphere, one simple observation:
√YES
Figurative
Languages
Figurative Languages
-metaphor
-"Twenty moving pastels"
-indirect comparison of the tires and the pastels
-"A page of asphalt"
-indirect comparison of asphaltic road and "a page of asphalt"
Bibliography
History
Typical Subject
Structure

Meaning
Meaning
Originated in Japan in 1600's.
It was named Hokku at first.
Only used as a stanza of a longer poem.
Masaoka Shiki ( Journalist)
Haiku------ independent form of poetry (1892)
Traditional Haiku and Modern Haiku
Traditional Haiku:
Kigo:
The word that represents a season in the poem.
E.g:
Snow represents winter
Balloon can represent spring
1763
1827
Kashiwabara Nagano, Shinano province
Farmer's Family
Born
Age3
Issa’s mother died
Age 8
Issa's father remarried
Age 10
Half-brother was born
Age 14
Issa’s grandmother died
Age 15
Left his hometwon
Moved to Edo (Tokyo)
Age 39
Issa's father died
Age 51
Returned home
Got married with his first wife
4 children
Age 62
Married again
Age 63
Married again
Issa died
Challenges
Mother's Death
Grandmother's Death
"Haiku in English." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 25 Feb. 2012. Web. 04 Mar. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku_in_English>.
Worldbookonline.com. Web. <http://www.worldbookonline.com/student/article?id=ar242240&st=haiku>.
Traditional Haiku: None
Modern Haiku: None
Traditional Haiku: None
Modern Haiku: None
Arguement with Legacy
Father's death

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-----5
ON
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----7
ON
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-----5
ON
All Children Died
5-7-5 syllabic structure
Health Problems
Storehouse
Modern Haiku:
lily:
out of the water
out of itself
bass
picking bugs
off the moon
My Spring
Number Steven Journal
Nick Virgilio (Selected Haiku, Burnt Lake Press/Black Moss Press, 1988)
none
Travels
积雪融化了,满村都是孩子。
雪とけて村いっぱいの子どもかな

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denotation: observation and description of a praying mantis eating a bee

connotation: express the poet's love of the nature and animals
denotation: observation and description of a bicycle race

connotation: show the excitement
"Haiku." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 27 Feb. 2012. Web. 05 Mar. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku>.
Haiku Career
Over 40 years
Schooling
Went to Nirokuan Haiku school
Achievements
Leader of Katsushika group
Over 20,000 Haiku poems
Master Pieces
"My Spring"
"Number Seven Journal"
Kireji: (Cutting Word)
Traditional Japanese Haiku:
Traditional Haiku in English:
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-----5
Syllables
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---7
Syllables
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----5
Syllables
5-7-5 syllabic structure
But
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syllable
Works Cited

Barry, James. Themes on the Journey. Scarborough, Ont: Nelson Canada, 1990. Print.

"The Grolier Encyclopedia." Kobayashi Issa. 05 Mar. 2012. <http://www.thegrolierencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=kobayashi>.

"Kobayashi Issa." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 24 Feb. 2012. Web. 05 Mar. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobayashi_Issa>.

"Kobayashi Issa Museum :: Takayama, Nagano, Japan :: Issa History." Kobayashi Issa Museum. Web. 05 Mar. 2012. <http://en.kobayashi-issa.jp/issahistory.html>.
Although,
Used to count sound units.
E.G.
"haibun"
Count as 2 syllables
Count as 4 on (ha-i-bu-n)
Actually
Kobayashi Issa
Elegant Ending
Conclude the poem
Indicate the change(Turing Point)
Draw readers' attention to re-read the poem
Circular pattern
Therefore,
Evil Stepmother
Poor and Lonely
Family's Death
Western Japan
Walking Trip
Lost of orginal meaning
Traslated from Japanese to English
Unlike
Traditional Haiku:
Died by diseases
Issa's Life
Kikuno
Poetry book
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