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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 14 (33)

the white pear blossom
by the passing vagrant
in a new burst of fragrance.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 23 (37)

rain past noon in the village
a butterfly lost
across the mumonkan

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 24 (38)

The Sūyatā open to
a small butterfly
flying into the realm of flowers.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 20 (36)

the waxing half moon
in a puddle
a water buffalo’s hoof print.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 13 (31)

After dhyana
the azaleas
a few more bloomed.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan |Haiku 12 (14)

Busy busy
little bee
searching for the spring

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 11 (30)

The human realm there
all unaware
the peach blossom blooms still.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 10 (18)

The clouds up high
quite shy
on the ground babbling.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan |Haiku 9 (13)

The breezy spring rain
gently touched the hands
of the executioner.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 1 (8)

At the foot of the mountain West
there be my quest
an eighty thousand trees behest.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan |Haiku 7 (10)

Fell a dewdrop here
the three thousand spheres
joy in the mere moments.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan |Haiku 6 (11)

Resounding through the night
the prayerful Heart Sutra
from a tranquil spring

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ART POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 5 (9)

On a hill slept
the grass and my hair kept
growing.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 4 (29)

A pair of white tuberose
mid the sound night bloomed
new viewers of the agony.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 3 (23)

Lightly redolent
the camellias
by the butcher’s resident.

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ART POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 2 (28)

after dhyana
by the hem lingered
scents of night flowers.

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 16 (21)

At the line dividing
not North not South
the spring rain flying

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan |Haiku 8 (12)

Through the garden a breeze
in light scents
of a spring long ago.

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PHOTOGRAPHY POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 17(35)

The gentle whispers of the breeze
upon the mountainside with ease
flowered the first cherry blossoms

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POETRY/THƠ

Pháp Hoan | Haiku 28(34)

Absent from my habitation
the cabbages blossomed
invited the butterflies.