HAIKU for the Zen Garden
Haiku is an important part of ZenGarden.club. We will continually present works from the old masters, including Basho, Issa, Buson and other well-known poets. We even have a section of guidelines to writing haiku, in case you want to write your own or enter one of our contests.
We always enjoy sharing new entries from our members and other contemporary poets. Gardens and haiku have so much in common!
An Elegance of Edgeworthia – a plant for all seasons — Edgeworthia is so special that she gets her own page of haiku! Her lush green summer habits, the September buds that push off the leaves, the host of silver
Flowers and mystery – Haiku for two worlds — Gardens are not just sunlit sanctuaries. Sometimes a flower, a fragrance, a fallen blossom can evoke deep memories or otherworldly feelings. A garden by moonlight tells different stories than the stories