Carpe Diem Haiku *Basho ”has spring come”*

Today on Carpe Diem Haiku our source of inspiration in the first Matsuo Basho haiku that he has composed, being only 20 years old:

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has spring come
or has the year gone?
second-to-last-day

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With this haiku came a preface (as it was common in those times): ”Today we have the first day of spring in spite of the date”.

In the spirit of Basho’s haiku and following the suggestion of our Carpe Diem host Chèvrefeuille, I decided to post my first haiku. Yes, probably there exist some older ones, scribled on an old newspaper or in an equally old diary but none of that can be accessed at the moment. So, this is the first haiku I posted on my blog soon after starting to blog in general:

* * *
summer dawn
teardrop in spiderweb
entrapped

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Carpe Diem Haiku Kai

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