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November 27, 2005

“simply senryu”

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 9:02 pm

Demonstrating his typical excess, dagosan decided

to start two daily weblogs today.  In addition to


describing it as:


david giacalone’s daily look at the foibles

and ironies of human nature, using poems

structured like haiku and called “senryu”

Click here for a brief discussion of the senryu genre.

 

fence painter

 

As we said earlier this evening, when announcing his

haiku diary, you’re encouraged to visit simply senryu for

a daily dollop of senryu.  Please do not expect dagosan

to punch a clock — he posts whenever the Muse has done

her work.  For your convience, there’s a link to simply senryu 

in our Sidebar.



tiny check Editors of haiku journals who do not wish to

see new dagosan (david giacalone) poems before they

are submitted for possible publication, should probably


Everybody else should stop by often.

 

 

waiting undressed

to meet the new doctor —

cold feet

 

           dagosan

            from second thoughts (2005)

 

 

 

checked box neg  Don’t forget there’s a Thanksgiving gift for all our
visitors — haiku brochures from dagosan.

 

“dagosan’s haiku diary” is launched

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 6:46 pm

Our post yesterday about the blossoming of daily haiku weblogs

inspired dagosan to start one of his own today.  

 

boy writing flip  If you have liked his work here, you’re encouraged to

visit dagosan’s haiku diary for a new haiku each day.  As at f/k/a,

do not expect dagosan to punch a clock — he posts when the Muse

has done her work.  For future use, you’ll find a link to dhd in our Sidebar.

 


tiny check From now on, the daily dagosan feature here

at f/k/a will showcase his vintage/select/classic

[older] works.

 

tiny check  Editors of haiku journals who do not wish to

see new dagosan (david giacalone) haiku before they

are submitted for possible publication, should probably

avoid dagosan’s haiku diary.  Everybody else should

come early and often.

 

 

teeth gritted

writing

today’s haiku

 

     dagosan

 

 

 

gas pump g potluck


tiny check  Got holiday agita?   Somebody with post-Thanksgiving

indigestion had this query how to remove gas pain?> for

Yahoo! Search.   Of the 3 million results, the first two were

for the f/k/a post “gas pain?”   Sadly, they won’t get much

relief there, unless they’re worried about high gas prices or 

getting better mileage. 

 

 





Sunday morning

looking up the word

from my dream

 

 

 

 

 

 





     deadline approaches

  my nose drips

faster

 

 

 

“waspg”

 

 

 

 

stifled laugh:

   a November wasp

      rousing itself

 

 

 

 




revising poems,

a third cup of tea

from the same bag

 

 

 


from “Some of the Silence  (Red Moon Press,1999) 

 

                                                                                                           boy writing neg

 

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