Friday, November 03, 2006




















(photo: Martin G. Wienert; Zeche Zollverein, 2006)

Zeche Zollverein is a former coal mine -- today Zollverein is a place for exhibitions, concerts and many other activities



salt harvest --
the farmer points to
dark clouds

(Mainichi, 2006)



spring wind --
seagulls watching
dockers lunch

(clouds peak, 2006)



sunrise
a swan drinks
color

(Mainichi, 2005)





overcast
old men queuing
for their lunch

(Asahi, 2005)




the snow melts --
stones return
into my garden

(Mainichi, 2004)




daffodils
brought to daffodils
in the chapel

(Asahi, 2004)





hot night
next door
the blues

(Asahi, 2003)



author: Angelika Wienert (Oberhausen, Germany)


publications in English: Asahi Haikuist Network, Mainichi Daily News, Simply Haiku (renku), tinywords, Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival 2006, Worldkigo Database, clouds peak, haikuguy.com, "a procession of ripples" (anthology, editor: Laryalee Fraser)






11 comments:

polona said...

lovely photo and an excellent collection of haiku. enjoyed.

haiku-shelf said...

thank you very much, Polona!

i had just changed the photo when i saw your comment

now i hope that you`ll like the new photo too (Zeche Zollverein is the area of a former coal mine)


best wishes,
Angelika

John McDonald said...

lovely set angelika
john

polona said...

i do like the new photo :)
cheers

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This is the first time I've been here. I really like your work! Plan to be back, too. :)

haiku-shelf said...

thank you for your kind words, j.andrew

best wishes,
Angelika

Billie Dee said...

Strong work. I'm glad I ran across your link (comment at Jerry Dreesens' blog). See how close the international haiku community is? -- all connected by the internet. I'll be back.

Thank you,

--Billie Dee
http://billie-dee-haiku.blogspot.com

haiku-shelf said...

nice to meet you at haiku-shelf, Billie Dee

thank you for your comment!

best wishes,
Angelika

Alan Summers said...

Enjoyed the photo, and the haiku.

I didn't know about the salt harvest, so thanks for that!

Your lunch haiku reminded me of mine:

warm day ...
the workman lunches
in his wheelbarrow


Snapshot Calendar 2005


And your micro-haiku...

hot night
next door
the blues



,,, is stunning!

Few minimalist or longer haiku carry so much weight as this, absolutely brilliant!

.

haiku-shelf said...

i enjoyed to read your wheelbarrow-haiku, Alan, thank you that you told me about the Snapshot Calendar 2005 and thank you for your kind words about my hot night-haiku


Angelika

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