By Peter Y. Chou
Emily Dickinson's 366 poems written in 1862, averaging a poem|
a day inspired me to write a haiku a day in 2007. Thanks to the
classical music on KDFC 102.1 FM that wakes me each morning,
I've composed haikus on my mood to the music played. I've also
added web links to the composers, music, midi, MP3, or YouTube
files for my own references as well as sharing them with readers.
These haikus were written as exercises in mindfulness
an attempt to catch the fleeting moment in my daily walks,
while reading, listening to music, and pondering about life.
Haikus inspired by "Film Studies 152: Cinema Machine"
taught by Professors Scott Bukatman & Pavle Levi at Stanford
(Spring Semester, April 4-June 6) are also grouped together in
"Haikus: Cinema-Machine". Haikus inspired by Robert Pinsky's
Stanford Poetry Workshop may be found from Jan. 10-March 7.
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