A haiku walk, known as ginko in Japan, is a contemplative practice of walking in a natural area for the purpose of composing a haiku poem. Many of my haiku are created while enjoying a haiku walk. If you would like to learn more about ginko, please visit the websites listed below.


What is Ginko?/Writing as You Go | WRITERS DOCK

Rewire Your Day with a Haiku Walk | Rewire Me

How to Ginko: The Technique of the Opposites | HaikuPix Productions, Inc.

Haiku and Happiness: Ginkoo, Haiku Walk

Haiku Matters | The Urban Ginko


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