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eBook Digests

Please feel free to download digests (entire months!) of the daily haiku. Best suited for iPhone and iPad, AND NOW right in Firefox, which has an optional epub reader add-on, available here: http://www.epubread.com/en/

November 2011 Haiku Andy Digest

The Complete November 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete October 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete October 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete September 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete September 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete August 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete July 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete June 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete May 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete April 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

The Complete March 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds

Cover for Feb 2011 haiku digest

The Complete February 2011 Haiku. Cover photo by Aimea Saul Reynolds.

All the haiku from January 2011 plus some December stragglers.

6 comments on “eBook Digests

  1. Jan Walls
    March 20, 2011

    Your haiku translate very nicely and naturally into Chinese:

    the rain stops —
    a silence that calls us by
    our true name
    — Andrew O. Dugas
    雨霁之后
    寂静才能以真名
    叫唤我们
    — 安渡

    spring rides into town
    on the back of the full moon –
    the rain doesn’t care
    — Andrew O. Dugas
    骑在明月上
    春天回到本市来,
    雨就不理它
    — 安渡

    I’ve given you the Chinese name of “ān dù”, which means “Peaceful Crossing” (of the river of life). Some day maybe I’ll ask your permission to publish a few.

    • haikuandy
      March 20, 2011

      Thank you so much for these kind words and translations. As for the name, I eagerly accept it! As somewhat of a lay student of the Tao mostly via Chuang Tzu, Lao Zu, and working with the I Ching for twenty-odd years, I appreciate the concept of crossing the “great water.” If it can be peaceful also, well! Please feel free to reprint any of my haiku any time in any language. You don’t need to ask. Best to you, sir. — Andy

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