Every Thursday I publish a classic haiku from one of the Japanese haiku masters. Today’s haiku is by Yamazaki Sokan.
Reminder – a haiku is a short poem in three lines of five, seven and five syllables. In translating these haiku I’ve tried to preserve that structure.
If they had no voice
Herons would be no more than
A thin line of snow
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