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There are about fifty countries in the world where haiku poetry is cherished. One of them is Croatia. Surprisingly, Croatia is among the best ones, counting the number of published haiku in various anthologies throughout the world. The gift was his book Japanska haiku poezija i njen kulturno-povijesni okvir Japanese Haiku Poetry and its Cultural and Historical Frameworkissued in Zagreb inpublished in Croatian. It is especially nice to see him surrounded with youngest haiku poets in Croatia, at the primary school age.
In the middle there is the red seal of Japanese Emperor Hirohito, and on the left below is a smaller red seal of the Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro, and still smaller is by the Chief of the Protocol.
Above is his earliest Japanese prize. His monograph Haibun, published in Zagreb inhad a huge international success: This book contains about one hundred haiku. He is a honorary member of the German Haiku Society.
This is probably one of the largest personal haiku libraries in the world. His knowledge of English, German, French, Russian, Japanese, and Croatian, enabled him very interesting linguistic comparisons of haiku written in these languages. She started with her painstaking work already inand the books in preparation are indeed amazing. The book has been published in Croatia.
Jane Reichhold source: This is a very special book.
Many authors think haibun are simply haiku with prose wedging them apart. It takes a very specific way of seeing to find the material for haibun and then the author must learn a new way of writing the prose so that it is prose and not poetry but poetry that dances just above prose. By learning first to write excellent haiku, he has applied these techniques to his prose which is not prose but really haibun.
In the same way that haibun gives only the “terminals” from which the reader’s thoughts connect, Nada Ziljak’s artwork functions in a similar manner. Full of light and air, the reader can recognize elements that definitely relate to the haibun, but it requires just the right amount of imagination to complete the pictures as the haibun do.
Gdje li je sad ta djevojka s lanenom kosom? Once, while walking by the road, past cut hay, I saw poezij the distance a girl with lank flaxen hair; with loose lank hair like uaiku overflowing a round white stone in the mountain brook whenever there is heavy rain or in spring when snow is melting on the surrounding hills.
I do not know whether she was beautiful; I just saw her big blue eyes halku a moment. I never saw her again, but in my thoughts I looked for a long, long time, day and night, at the girl with lank flaxen hair.
Over a round stone water of a mountain brook – a girl’s hair. I would like to pick some blue flowers from the meadow to weave them into the poezika hair, flowers of forget me-not and blue bell-flowers.
Where is she now, that girl with flaxen hair? In the Milky Way there is still only a reflection of her hair. But there are some blades of it in the golden straw of ripe corn. Just one lock is still overflowing that round stone in the mountain brook, whenever it is pierced by a ray of the setting Sun bursting through the pine-trees.
Translations into German and Japanese. Here we mention an anthology of haiku poetry prepared by Bart Mesottenentitled Duizend Kolibries A Thousand Hummingbirdspublished in Belgium inin the Flemish language, where about 30 countries have participated.
Each country was represented with one chapter, except Croatia, which had two chapters. One chapter was standard, entitled Haiku Poetry in Croatiawhile an another one was nonstandard, entitled War in Croatia.
It contained haiku poetry related to tragic events in s.
In the burned-out village a wounded stray dog sniffing charred bones. A small pool of blood – Killed in air raid: Na postdoktorskim studijima u Izraelu i u Japanu Civil Engineeringand Sc. Post-doctoral studies in Israel and in Japan – Participated in numerous international mathematical congresses and symposia. State prize of the Republic of Croatia for life ppoezija in the field of natural sciences Special yaiku of the Japanese Ministry of Culture for outstanding contribution to international understanding between Japan and Eastern Europe Some twenty prizes on Japanese international haiku competitions.
In the field of mathematics hxiku has published 40 scientific papers and about essays and articles, and held some 60 public lectures about results of his scientific work.
He has published 15 books on mathematics. In the field of Japanology and literature he has published more than essays and articles in Croatian, American, Japanese, German, etc.
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In Croatia there are now about ten different centers throughout the country where haiku poetry is promoted via formal organizations, publications, journals etc. Some of them are: Haiku – issued in Croatia sincewas probably the earliest european journal specialized in haiku. Among eighty or so haiku poets included at www. This surprising fact is one of numerous indicators of quality and popularity of haiku poetry in Croatia.
The first competition in Croatia in haiku poetry among primary school children was organized inon the occasion of the grand exhibition Kyoto – cvijet kulture Kyoto – Flower of Culture in Zagreb.
About children throughout Croatia participated. Kyoto and Zagreb are sister cities since Josefina Gerlacha 5th grade elementary school pupil, was born in in Zagreb, Croatia. She has been writing haiku sinceand has, so far, won three first prizes in Croatian children’s haiku festivals.
She felt specially close to John Crook, who wrote to her letters of encouragement and was the first to make web pages for her. Her haiku and Smiljana’s photographs [Smiljana is Josfina’s mother, D. Josefina’s mother Smiljana Gerlach, a photographer and a haiku poet, started illustrating her daughter’s haiku in Josefina Gerlach 5th Grade Zagreb, Croatia. We wish to introduce in a relatively brief format various haiku poets, past and present, who are good but not so well-known.
Called “Mini Haiku Treasure Trove” to distinguish it from the usual fuler size, the new format will seek to make as many of these hidden poets known to the reader as possible. We take up a tragic poet from Croatia who met a lamentable but heroic death in while executing his duties as a medical doctor in the war-torn country.
In his spare time, he wrote poetry, haiku, short stories and other prose works. His other interests included Esperanto, working on the radio and writing his columns in various newspapers.
The war broke out in Croatia in The day after its fall baiku was arrested at his family house. It was the 19th of November. He was tortured and killed on the 20th. His elder brother who had also been arrested with him survived all this hell to tell us the sad story. He was, above all, very nice, tolerant and interesting as a person.
His courage was genuine and much to be commended. Notes on localities below. Danube dripping from a housewife’s bag the tail of a carp. Borovo chimney surrounded by crows the day blacker still. An old man underneath recognises the names. A Case Study in Croatia – Haiku as therapy for war trauma, and as a means of encouraging free thinking in a new democracy.
She has been kind enough to allow World Haiku Review to publish her haikh, as read at WHR, and the case report, along with a gallery of wonderful haiga by her students.
This address is about my experience in working with children on the rehabilitation their speech and dealing with their language difficulties through haiku. I am a teacher in school for children that have speech and language problems. They come from regular schools and stay in ours until their language problems are solved after complex rehabilitation through a special method invented and developed by Petar Guberina.
After spending some time in our school, most of them go back to their regular schools. They still need the help of a speech pathologist and are treated individually twice a week.
In this way, they are plezija in the process of rehabilitation. Some children with speech and language disorders finish their education in our own primary school, and are integrated after that in regular grammar schools. The curriculum in our school is the same as in regular public schools, but adjusted to children’s’ abilities, and to a rhythm that is appropriate to a group of children with similar problems.
If these problems are not recognized in time – by the first or second grade – and treated properly, they lead to other learning problems and difficulties in communication.
These children are not mentally handicapped; IQ scores in non-verbal tests are in the normal range, sometimes very high! Children are introduced to haiku in the 5th grade aged10 in the subject “Croatian language and literature”. Even at first sight, the short haiku form is attractive to them. They are able to read and understand this poetic form without problems. For their homework, they then try to write haiku of their own. In our school, this leads to the creation of several interesting observations in verses; I wholeheartedly supported and encouraged their efforts to express themselves poetically.
During 3 school years, our children created numerous haiku inspired by the seasons of the year, certain changes and phenomena in nature, and by some specific situations in life which stimulated them to express their observations and emotions.
At the “literary group”, we read haiku poems and talk about the sensations that arise. Encouraging children to imagine the “poets’ words” images by the senses of hearing, smell, taste, touch and even movement in space produces a polysensory experience of the “poetic image”.
In this way, the children “easily live in the poem” and have the poetic experience.