Haiga is a Japanese traditional painting art. A harmony of painting and Haiku poetry.
doko ni demonai ano aji wahaha no ajitaste of mother's cooking ;only in heart
I came from Sherry's blog and she's right..your poetry is beautiful...
i love all your postings and even your other blogs! I love Japan and very eager to visit the place.
I couldn't understand a bit from this painting but I love this. I don't know but somehow this Japanese culture and their traditions are so beautiful that I get attracted towards it every time when I see something like this. And your poetry is too good.
Oh this is one of my favorite blogs you have created--just beautiful!
I'm discovering your haiku blog;It's a kind of poetry that I like very much.One of my favorite haiku writers is Kobayashi Issa (among the very few that are translated in french...);And I like the idea to mix it with painting.The result is very beautyful..
Nobu, I love the incredibly simple way the two eggplants were drawn: just two strokes of colour applied with just the right movement of the hand and there they are, perfect eggplants! The poetry is lovely, heart warming...
Love haiku, Nobu, and I love this painting. I would love to learn Japanese. Sooner or later....Ciao. Antonella (via Valeria's journal)
beautiful haiga, lovely blog to browse
Nobu...no more haigas? I can't wait to see more...
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