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June 3, 2004

haiku guy visits haikuEsq

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 7:58 pm

 David G. Lanoue is a haiku guy and wrote the novel Haiku Guy.  “haiku guy gray” 

He is the translator of The Haiku of Kobayashi Issa (an online collection of

over 5000 haiku by the Japanese master). David is generously sharing his

haiku and zen insight with us. His About Haiku web page deserves frequent

visits, and the Haiku-a-Day feature puts the great Issa in your mailbox daily. 

wine the old priest dines

                his wine

                just wine


from the thin curve: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 1999 

(edited by Jim Kacien and the Red Moon Editorial Staff)  





worm. . .





Laughing Buddha cover  Prof. Lanoue’s 2nd novel is “The Laughing Buddha”  You can read Chapt. 1.



digital age —
at the keyboard watching  
aging digits

    [dag, 02-06-04]     


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