Welcome to Periplum, an exploration of haiku around the planet in the twenty-first century.
This forum began as a blog on The Haiku Foundation website, so if you're interested in catching up with the conversation, you can go to the Periplum blog archive
and enjoy cutting-edge haiku by Keiji Minato (Japan), Petar Tchouhov (Bulgaria), Masahiro Koike (Japan), Fay Aoyagi (USA), Jean-Pierre Colleu (France), Casimiro de Brito (Portugal), Saša Važić (Serbia), Ami Tanaka (Japan), Chie Aiko (Japan), Slavko Sedlar (Serbia), Umberto Senegal (Colombia) and Tito Andrés Ramos (Bolivia).
My aim is to present recent haiku from different places, reflecting on what they are saying to me: not "the" meaning, but "a" meaning. I hope that you will share your own reflections as well.
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