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¿Qué es un jaiku? En cuanto a la forma, es un poema breve, generalmente de diecisiete sílabas, dispuestas en tres versos de cinco, siete y cinco sílabas, respectivamente. En cuanto al fondo, se trata de una descripción brevísima de alguna escena, vista o imaginada. La mejor definición es la que dio el propio Basho: «Jaiku es simplemente lo que está sucedien

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Paperback, 1st edition Poesía Hiperión [64], 182 pages
Published 1983 by Hiperión
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Jun 30, 2016 rated it liked it

No es que atardezca,
es que la lluvia es noche:
otoño en la ventana.
(Sōgui)


Muévete, tumba,
que mis gemidos son
viento de otoño.
(Bashō)


Iba yo, y un aguacero
lavó mi cara, cayendo
cinco arrobas de polvo mundano.
(Kōiō)


Sin hablar todo el día,
y al dirigirme al mar,
subía la marea.
(Santōka)

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Antonio Julián Cabezas García, theologian, ex-missionary, ex-Jesuit and specialist in Japanese culture, was born in La Palma del Condado (Huelva), Spain, on February 17, 1931 and died at Juan Ramon Jimenez Hospital in Huelva capital on April 1 2008. In 1949 he entered the Jesuit missionary and asked to go to Japan. He was first in Ireland to learn English and philosophy, between 1954 and 1957. In
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