A Dictionary of Haiku
Classified by Season Words with Traditional and Modern Methods
Jane Reichhold

Under the five traditional seasons, [spring, summer, autumn, winter and New Year's] each season is divided into seven parts. Under each of these divisions the elements of that season are then arranged alphabetically. This web edition contains the complete paper version.

Index

Introduction

SPRING Moods

SPRING Occasions

SPRING Celestial

SPRING Terrestrial

SPRING Livelihood

SPRING Animals

SPRING Plants

SUMMER Moods

SUMMER Occasions

SUMMER Celestial

SUMMER Terrestrial

SUMMER Livelihood

SUMMER Animals

SUMMER Plants

AUTUMN Moods

AUTUMN Occasions

AUTUMN Celestial

AUTUMN Terrestrial

AUTUMN Livelihood

AUTUMN Animals

AUTUMN Plants

WINTER Moods

WINTER Occasions

WINTER Celestial

WINTER Terrestrial

WINTER Livelihood

WINTER Animals

WINTER Plants

Season of the New Year

Text Copyright 1992 by Jane Reichhold
Haiku Copyright 1983, 1988, 1992 by Jane Reichhold
Book Copyright 1992 by AHA Books
Web Version Copyright 2000 by Jane Reichhold

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