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August's Tea Haiku

Tea Haiku for August is written in French by Ms Jeanne Painchaud from Montreal, Quebec. You will have two this month, one in French and one in English. Please find them on your tea bag or sleeve of Tea to Go cup!

        buvant mon thé

   une pensée pour celle

qui en a cueilli les feuilles

  

     drinking my tea

 a thought for the one

who plucked the leaves

 

Jeanne Painchaud
Montréal, Québec

Auteure et artiste montréalaise, Jeanne Painchaud a participé à de nombreuses anthologies et a publié 9 livres, donc 5 recueils de haïkus. Jeanne a imaginé des projets qui permettent au public de découvrir le haïku : expositions, parcours de poèmes sur les trottoirs, marelle-haïku, animation origami/haïku, etc. Sa présentation à la réunion annuelle de Haïku Canada en 2010 a inspiré une poète de Kingston pour partager le haïku chez Cha Cha Tea !

Pour plus d'informations sur sa poésie et son art, visitez son site.

http://www.jeannepainchaud.ca/index.html 

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Montreal author and artist Jeanne Painchaud has participated in numerous anthologies and published 9 books, including 5 collections of haiku. Jeanne has conceived projects that enable the public to discover haiku: exhibitions, a series of haiku painted on the sidewalk, hopscotch-haiku, origami/haiku activities, etc. Her presentation at the 2010 Haiku Canada conference inspired one Kingston poet to share haiku at Cha Cha Tea!

For more information about her poetry and art, please visit her website.

http://www.jeannepainchaud.ca/english.html


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