Despite concerns presented in the preceding essay, let me make it clear that I admire and recommend a great majority of Ernest J. Berry’s haiku and senryu. Born on October 31, 1978 in Washington, D.C.Brian graduated, at the age of 18, from Gonzaga College High School in 1996 and went on to pursue a degree in Economics and History from Cornell, graduating in 2000.Brian Hallisay began his career in show business by appearing in The Inside (2005) episode,... James Wolk was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan, to Edie (Elson), an art teacher, and Robert Wolk, a shoe store owner. He has been married to Kelsey Crane since April 16, 2016. Furthermore, even as he nears 90 years of age, he remains perfectly capable of submitting poems to numerous contests and journals, and has recently published several books, which surely would be difficult, if not impossible, with any mental challenges. His father, a distinguished Professor of Animal Sciences & Industry at Kansas State University, and his mother, a nutritionist, divorced... Liam Hemsworth was born on January 13, 1990, in Melbourne, Australia, and is the younger brother of actors Chris Hemsworth and Luke Hemsworth. In Ernie’s recycling of Bashō, Ernie himself does not have to argue that point, at least not with me, because I myself already believe the plagiarism was unconscious, or at least I hope it is. watching the cat’s eyes Same with the Apokalipsa award, even though in this case he copied himself rather than Bashō. I would think that “plagiarizing” oneself is impossible—it’s called “revision.” The Japanese masters are known to have done several versions of particular poems over many years. They all speak of the same moment, of noticing that dash. The crane’s legs he watches himself And perhaps Ernie forgetfully copied himself with his “family bible” poem, rather than doing so willfully. This circle makes this poem differ from other examples, where only two things are watching each other, or a short litany of observers ends with something other than a return to the first observer. have gotten shorter Nor do we know how the watched woman might be losing her mind, but that fact or presumption is offered as a given. His notable roles are that of Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless from 1994 to 2005, Derek Morgan on CBS's Criminal Minds from 2005 to 2016, and as the third permanent host of Soul Train from 1999 ... Jesse Eden Metcalfe was born in Carmel Valley, California, to Nancy (DeMaio) and Jeff Metcalfe. This is a common inner-city experience, but it could be anywhere—we’re always watching each other, or at least aware of each other because of our increasingly close proximity. blurred by green moss ], convalescence ~ What Bashō wrote is a memorable and widely quoted poem. Ernest J. Berry, Haiku Wine (written with an’ya). 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James Martin, in the preceding poem, also moves from many gravestones to just one—his father’s. Yet we do our best to express ourselves as freshly as we can. Some of these poems can be okay, but the best haiku on the theme of cherry blossoms see far more freshly than that. The negligence lies in the poet failing to recognize the prior expression, and the harm caused to others by the negligent version, whereas the term “accidental” suggests that the copyist could not help it, even to the point of seemingly having no duty to be responsible for recognizing prior expression or unintentional harm, or to make amends. the dates on Dad’s gravestone on the way to the pawn shop condolence card thinking of you thinking of him. All that I uttered: what a waste of breath! As readers we are caught in that suspended moment, just as the cat is caught in its own suspense. Ernie has surely seen the poem in at least one of these incarnations. not watching us to consider what’s true and real I watch the cat watching the moon It’s high time Ernie started having some of those faintest ideas that he has plagiarized other poets, and not just the Japanese masters. Gee, isn’t that arrogant? Perhaps there is a better question to ask. Now we have a turn—in this case the people being watched are not aware of being watched and are not watching back. I read of a man who stood to speak This one, by J. D. Nelson, appeared on the Tinywords website on 4 May 2006. This reference to intentional borrowing is evidence, therefore, that at least some of Ernie’s later acts of plagiarism are unintentional, even if they resulted from sloppy record-keeping or advancing age (one of his latest haiku books, published by Red Moon Press in 2016, is tilted Getting On, which we might easily take to mean “getting on in age”—Ernie was born in 1929). 2real4otherz. He started taking dance classes at age 6 after seeing his older sister perform in a... Actor | For starters, it’s not unwittingly. watching them —Donatus. Yet this seems to be exactly what Ernie is doing—self-absorbed defense mechanism and all—even though he surely intends a different meaning for the term, perhaps merely meaning “my haiku” by using the idiosyncratic portmanteau of “maiku.” But let’s move on: there are countless precedents where famous haiku or haiku by the famous are paraphrased/borrowed/pruned/improved/ or otherwise monkeyed with without comment or censure . What’s more, he entered the poem into a contest as if it were his own. He is an actor and producer, known for The Bay (2010), Days of Our Lives (1965) and General Hospital (1963). watching the night. This one from New Cicada 10:1, Summer 1993, page 5, is by Norma C. Plummer. points to his grave. Actually, this is natural, and I’ve seen exactly the same step taken by others in defense of their plagiarism (usually cryptomnesia). It’s unfortunate that he has persisted with his pattern of plagiarism and sloppy record-keeping, even if it has affected just a small minority of his prodigious output. We often watch creatures in nature to see what they’re doing. When the poet and his lover (so it seems) both go out to look at the moon, he finds her the more attractive option. or something like that. the dash. Kimmel is not diminishing the life he is referring to, but observing that it may seem diminished by the dash, but presumably shouldn’t be. Here is what may be Ernie’s most telling lack of understanding. Haiku poems dwell in experience. Watch her cat that is watching . Amann’s poem is famous. with the way you lived it. 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Hackett haiku competition sponsored by the British Haiku Society, and was also reprinted in the 2008 Red Moon Anthology, White Lies (Winchester, Virginia: Red Moon Press, 2009, 16): family bible Bashō has already written about that (for the sake of poetic effect, it does not make much difference that he wrote about a crane rather than a heron). This poem appeared in Zen and Son, by George Klacsanzky and Nicholas Klacsanzky (n.p., 2017, page 36). The poet becomes aware that others are watching him and for a moment he is watching them watching him.
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