Tuesday, January 22, 2008


photo: Martin G. Wienert, January 2008






Holocaust Day
sound of swing music
forbidden then


(AW; Asahi 2004)






(January 27th Holocaust Day; you will find a lot of informations in the net)



13 comments:

Ričardas said...

Very thoughtful linking... thanks God both of them ended - prohibition of swing and Holocaust

haiku-shelf said...

thank you very much for your comment, Ricardas!

it was a terrible time for so many, for composers of swing music, musicians and even for the swing-youth too (young people who loved to listen to swing music, to dance -- even they had a hard life, see my link)

http://www.return2style.de/amiswhei.htm

Bill said...

An eloquent photo and a provocative verse powerfully combined.

haiku-shelf said...

thank you, Bill!

Fancy said...

Wonderful haiku! I can hear the sound of swing music in the distance.

haiku-shelf said...

thank you, Fancy!

Judy Kamilhor said...

Beautiful juxtaposition. I enjoyed visiting your blog.

And thanks for your lovely comment on my kami haiku blog.

kami

haiku-shelf said...

i`m happy that you visited haiku-shelf, Kami! thank you!

josh said...

Thank you, Angelika, for your sensitive and poignant remembrance.

Holocaust Day
the faded edge
of my tattoo

haiku-shelf said...

thank you, Josh!

martin said...

morning drizzle
names appear in the old road

haiku-shelf said...

drizzle

tears

thank you, Martin!

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