Haiku Sign in the Snow Posted on December 28, 2018 by Miriam Sagan My front yard has never looked better… The full haiku is At the new moon bit by bit everything hushes It is by Chiyo-no, translated by me and Isabel Winson-Sagan. On recycled metal signs–you need to walk two blocks of Kathryn (start at 600 block and go north) and then one on Cortez (back to 600 block) to find it. It is also geocached. Photograph by Isabel Winson-Sagan. Share this:RedditLinkedInTwitterMoreEmailFacebookTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
#Haiku Happenings #7: Miriam Sagan presents a Chiyo-no haiku translated by herself and Isabel Winson-Sagan–on recycled metal signs!
I love this idea! Well done, Miriam and Isabel! :- D
Thanks Bill. They’ve been up for many years but change with the weather and neighborhood.
I went back to the earlier blog to see more about the project in 2013 and love this idea. The changes created by the environment create even more possibilities.
Thank you for this. The thrashers love to sit on our sign. I visit the other signs regularly. Vines grow up them, die down, the yards change, the light…I wonder if there is another installation in all this.