Niji (Rainbow) – July 7, 2015

Field and Bubble

world of bubbles
floating in the green field
dancing rainbows

through drops of rain
rainbow glistening windows
a summer shower

rain in sunshine
a bridge of vibrant colours
summer rainbow

© G.s.k. ‘15

Summer Rainbows,

just tiny bits of light caught in the water as rain falls through the sunshine.

summer reflections  – rainy sunny afternoon –  rainbow

© G.s.k. ‘15

For the full post and two very beautiful haiku written by Issa please click on the link below:

Carpe Diem #769 Niji (rainbow)

One-bun invented by Jim Kacian sounds like a bakery order so I’m suggesting we call this extreme form of haibun an ichibun … what do you say 😉 ?

15 thoughts on “Niji (Rainbow) – July 7, 2015

    • Thanks Jen … I suppose though that Jim Kacian as it’s creator will have to decide to change it … though I just might entitle my one-buns like this anyway – BTW reading up on haibun, I found that it has from one line to several and for the Japanese it is still a just a haibun. 😉

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  1. Wonderful trio of haiku on ranibow Georgia and your one-bun is really awesome. I like that new name you have given it … ichibun … sounds great. I don’t know if Jim would like the idea of changing the name of his invention 🙂

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    • I know that Jim might not like changing the name of his invention … and haven’t dared ask him as I don’t know him … it was just an idea that popped into my head after having people commenting about bakeries etc 😉 Glad you enjoyed the trio and love Jim’s form, by whatever name!

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