Dragon Typhoon


typhoon season -
a dragon hovers
over Japan

It is hard to believe, but about 5 hours after I posted the above Dragon, there is a new one sneaking in from the South !
Typhoon Nr. 4 is on its way !

. YAHOO Weather Report Japan .

World Kigo Database: Typhoon, Hurricane


typhoon warning -
the dragon huddles
all over Japan

. . . Click on the haiku to see my Dragon friend of 2007 !


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Kai said...


Anonymous said...

A very strange sensitive Haiku Gabi san ~Thank you

Anonymous said...

thanks Gabi, for this Sunday morning smile!!!

Anonymous said...

Wish you could send that rain to Oklahoma.
They need it!!

ai... chibi



Anonymous said...

an excellent haiku, Gabi!

robert wilson


Gabi Greve said...

Question :
can you explain, does dragon typically represent typhoon?

Dear Friend

the dragon, in Chinese lore (and thus in Japan ...) is the lord of
the rain, rainclouds and thus typoon too ...
> quote:
> Unlike the negative energies associated with Western Dragons, most Eastern Dragons are beautiful, friendly, and wise. They are the angels of
the Orient. Instead of being hated, they are loved and worshipped.

> Temples and shrines have been built to honor them, for they control the rain, rivers, lakes, and seas.

> Many Chinese cities have pagodas where people used to burn incense and pray to dragons.
> http://dragondarumamuseum.blogspot.com/2006/01/chinese-dragons-01.html

Here are a few more DRAGON haiku
> http://dragondarumamuseum.blogspot.com/2006/03/haiku.html

> I have a whole special BLOG for dragon art and dragon lore
> http://dragondarumamuseum.blogspot.com/


Seeing your page, I've got an idea.
I have two kukai(haiku meeting) monthly.
As the theme of August, typhoon has been chosen. I will use dragon at second
Your haiku site brings us much interest information that is very fresh.
Thank you, Gabi san for your sharing.