Friday, December 02, 2011

Haiga by Kanu san



Haiku by R.K. Singh (India). Artwork by myself.

Now, this is a challenging haiku. The more challenging, I get more inspired, letting my imagination work in full force. The resulted haiga is the representation of my own interpretation.

Challenging haiku often contains layers of meaning, resulting in many interpretations depending on the readers. Just as anything in this world has multiple sides, haiku does the same. One needs to have clear and calm mind to appreciate many sides of the things.
 

Courtesy: http://seehaikuhere.blogspot.com

2 Comments:

Anonymous anil kumar said...

perfect example of r. k. sing's poetry that speaks volumes. At time his silence waves the inner crisis and the haiku epics it. the painting adds further depth to its perspective.

5:15 AM  
Blogger anil kumar said...

perfect example of r. k. sing's poetry that speaks volumes. At time his silence waves the inner crisis and the haiku epics it. the painting adds further depth to its perspective.

5:19 AM  

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