3 edition of Eight haiku at the age of twenty found in the catalog.
Eight haiku at the age of twenty
Barbara Grier and Donna McBride collection.
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Twenty. I am thirty-one years of age, have had six children. Married at the age of eighteen. My husband is twenty-eight, drinks habitually, don’t think women are for anything else only to cook, wash, work in the field and have children. I don’t get stout from one time till . Also, he wrote a book called Hochu Biyo Wamyo Honzo (a botanical book on vegetables for cooking in Japanese). These books numbered over twenty, which suggest that he was a highly intellectual person, a Renaissance man. He died on 1 November of Enpo 5 () at the age of sixty-nine.
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Stevenson was a poet long before coming to haiku inwriting and publishing his first poem at the age of eight. Sincewhen he joined the Haiku Society of America, his poetic muse has been devoted to haiku and he has been busy in the haiku community, editing books, judging contests, and working as coordinator for the Northeast Metro.
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