haïku, mon nounours by Gilles Brulet

haïku, mon nounours by Gilles Brulet, Chiaki Miyamoto (Illustrator), Masashi Tsuchiya translator

my French is such that I find myself
walking through the stripped bare winter tree branches of Japanese words
searching for clues.


2 thoughts on “haïku, mon nounours by Gilles Brulet

    • Excuse me. Too many syllables for what?
      And if you say
      A haiku
      I say to you
      I exercise my right for a haiku to be whatever I want it to be

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