Arco (TN)

Arco (TN)

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Fuyuko Tomita's "black-iron wind bell" - February 8, 2015

Bamboo wind chimes

with glass and bamboo
this February wind chimes
a bright morning song

Garda’s wind-song
daily chiming through the valley
endless rhapsody

© G.s.k. ‘15


Today at Carpe Diem Haiku Special, we're trying to learn to write in the style of a Dutch Haiku Poet named: Fuyuko Tomita.


Kurogane no fuurin byakuya o nariyamazu

Black-iron wind bell
in the white summer night
tinkles on and on

© Fuyuko Tomita

Here are some of our host's haiku on the subject of wind chimes:

evening walk
the sound of a wind chime
deep silence

© Chèvrefeuille

And a cascading haiku from his  archives at his base weblog:

in the spring breeze
the wind chime sounds
with every step

with every step
the melody of spring rain
follows me
follows me
the melody of a Buddhist chant
Om Mani Padme Hum

Om Mani Padme Hum
resonates in my heart and soul
in the spring breeze
© Chèvrefeuille

5 comments:

  1. Some joy on a cold February morning :)

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    1. The tinkling delight me ... the other morning I had to take them down for a little .. they risked being broken the wind was so strong!

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  2. Some people become annoyed by the sounds of wind chimes. I'm not one of them---the more the better!

    Wind Bell

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    1. So at least we are happy with the chimes :-) I do so agree with you!

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  3. I love the wind chimes ... they sound so melodious with the wind :-)

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harmonious words ... like crystal clear water ... pure ectasy

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