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Summary

Haiku Poem by Win Phyo

Spring's Cherry Blossoms
Carry Small Fleeting Wonders
Such is Your Long Life

Spring's Cherry Blossoms
Deliver Fleeting Wonders
On a Windy Day

Everything Changes
Rain will Greet the Bright Sunlight
Sunlight to the Moon

Show Notes

This Sunday features a poetry by me, written as a gift for a friend. It is an attempt to write a Haiku poem. Haiku Poetry originated in Japan. In the beginning, they were written as a beginning to a longer poem, often depicting a season and accommodated by visual imagery. Over time, the style of Haiku became appreciated and recognised as a distinct form of poetry. In the West, this style of poetry only became more popularised in the late 1900s. The written format consist of 17 syllables in total, split into three lines of verse and composed in a 5-7-5 syllables format. In my case, I have written three verses to make a whole poem, or one that can be read separately.

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Each month brings a range of guests such as, from a monk to an environmental journalist, designers and artists, whose expertise, passion and knowledge will give us all the perspective of what it is like to experience the landscape from their standpoint.

A combination of factual research with intimate, personal and passionate conversations, this podcast is a must listen for curious minds that want to go in depth on a journey of uncovering and exploring the landscape around us.