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Kigo is that little Japanese word used by haijin (haiku poets) to fix or identify a season in their poem. There are more than 500 seasonal words that can be used (have a look at our new glossary to find the link to 500 Essential kigo) .
Today I’m going to choose two kigo – one for our northern hemisphere and the other for the our southern hemisphere (that is spring and autumn):
chestnut – balloon
you may use one (or why not both) either in the singular or the plural form.
Remember the haiku is:
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Have a great week! Ciao, Bastet
Photo Credits: Wikipedia – Giuseppe Arcimboldo