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Traditional Haiga

From the beginning, Haigaonline's signature feature has been the Traditional Haiga section. Here we feature multimedia haiga by our resident staff. Mary E. Rodning paints the image; Hiromi Inoue translates the haiku into Japanese and arranges the calligraphy; Seiso (Paul Cooper) arranges for music, and finally Jasminka Nadaškić Đorđević puts on the finishing touches by marrying calligraphy to image. This issue we're honored to welcome the return of Seiso's friend Aaron Shragge, who has given us a lovely shakuhachi setting for the haiga.

This time we've chosen a tanka to poem
Mary's painting of lotus and dragonflies.
Barbara Kaufmann is our honored author.
Click on the thumbnail for the haiga,
 
 

Twelve authors submitted haiku for the painting. You may read the full set of submissions by clicking this thumbnail.
Mary has also given us a lovely painting
of her night blooming cereus
to poem for the Spring 2019 issue.
The deadline for submissions is
1 December 2018. Click the thumbnail
to see the painting and instructions
for submitting.