- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HaibunHaibun (俳文, literally, haikai writings) is a prosimetric literary form originating in Japan, combining prose and haiku. The range of haibun is broad and includes ...
- www.eelpie.org/epd.htmmemoir / haibun of the late '60s in prose and haiku - Eel Pie Hotel was the UK's biggest hippie commune, Glastonbury Festival, travelling thru Europe.
- raysweb.net/haiku/pages/haibun-definition.htmlHaibun: the Haibun Style of Writing, haibun and tanka prose.
- contemporaryhaibunonline.com/An online journal of contemporary haibun edited by Ken Jones, Jim Kacian and Bruce Ross featuring the best of modern English language haibun.
- haibuntoday.com/Edited by Jeffrey Woodward. Publishes haibun, tanka prose, essays and book reviews.
- haibuntoday.com/pages/submissions.htmlHaibun Today, an online quarterly, is published in March, June, September and December of each year. The editors are pleased to review submissions at any ...
- www.dlstewart.com/haibun.htmThe form of Japanese poetry known as haibun first developed from a Japanese writer taking a journey and composing a diary of his travels in a mix of brief prose ...
- sites.google.com/site/graceguts/haibunHaibun (俳文) is a Japanese genre of writing that mixes chiefly autobiographical prose with haiku. The most famous example is Bashō's Oku no hosomichi, ...
- www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/22712Hello saguaro and barrel cactus. Hello sorghum and wheat field. Hello skyscraper and ballpark. Hello cherry tree and badger nest. Having moved several times ...
Ed Baker has left a new comment on your post "EEL PIE DHARMA #2 on Google of 219,000 haibun site...":
you shld be Numero Uno
what they claim ins #1 is just a definition-according-to-whichuhpeedia of "haibun"
and your Eel Pie I D is in a class by it s self ?
Posted by Ed Baker to Riffs & Ripples from ZenRiver Gardens at 9 January 2013 12:58