Kanshicho

 Chèvrefeuille has written about the freestyle haiku  of Basho from 1683 to 1685. It’s called Kanshicho. I enjoyed the sound of Kanshicho so much I wrote a ‘tribute’ series:

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Kanshicho style

nod to tradition

heart on the loose

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Immersed in flow 

no beginning no end

traditions echo

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Open heart 

a moment pulses

gulls surf the wind

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I am linking to Carpe Diem’s most recent weekend-meditation. Reading this Carpe Diem Writing and Enjoying Haiku post inspired me to write these haiku.  Besides mentioning freestyle, Chèvrefeuille talks about awareness of multiple meanings…if all goes well I may write a second response.



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