Gingezel Haiga Galleries

Here you will find haiga by Canadian poets Judi Suni Hall and Donald S. Hall. Their work has been published in Haiga on Line, Sketchbook, Daily Haiga, Simply Haiku, and the print journal Haiku Pix.

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Few of our haiku used in the haiga achieve the classical structure of five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the third. Most settle for being seventeen or fewer syllables and expressing two images or concepts, pivoting on the second line as in the examples below of contemporary style haiga.