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Hindus have a society; Muslims have a society. And Banarsi Muslim weavers have a society. This society is different in a number of ways from every other society of the world. Alaipura is different, Madanpura is different. Parts of parts. Whether a person originally came from Banaras or Mau, whether he lives in Alaipura or Madanpura, all are one. Banaras is made up of more than muhallas, or neighborhoods, many of which are primarily or partly Muslim.
In addition, I am always on the look-out for intelligent writing about haiku that is interesting and insightful—but not wordy.
I don't find it helpful to read pages and pages about one three-line poem. Noyes answers my wish with fifty poems in Favorite Haiku: Brief Essays The link is to volume one of the series which reflects almost a quarter century of reading the best of the genre. The rest are available in the Haiku Foundation's Digital Library. Each haiku comes with a one paragraph essay They are mostly by modern authors, both Japanese and English-speaking—although he has some older Japanese haiku, including one by Issa —and they cover a wide range of styles.
He chooses both those that remind him of classic authors and also more modern and informal work. Noyes's essays emphasize something important about all haiku: they convey a fully present way of seeing the world which is special to haiku, and also individual to every good haijin haiku poet.
In his first essay he calls it a "quality of alertness or special sensibility. Unfortunately, a few of the later essays have formatting errors on one or two lines, but nothing that makes meaning unclear, and all the haiku are fine. Here is one of my favorites in a "traditional style," which Noyes rightly compares to the old Japanese masters in the way it shows that everything we experience is intimately related to everything else.
He calls it the "the spirit of the universe," understood as the "element of wholeness rather than holiness.
Mabson Southard Another haiku from the anthology has much of the same spirit. The event it portrays is as old as the human race, but its use in a haiku is both modern and necessarily the work of a woman poet. If you had met Shahid, you would also have written at least three or four ghazals by now.
The form is established by the first couplet. There is a rhyme and refrain that appear at the end of both lines of the first couplet.
Who lies beneath your spell tonight? And so on.
Here is the last couplet from this poem: And I, Shahid, only am escaped to tell thee— God sobs in my arms. Call me Ishmael tonight. Rather, each couplet has to start from semantic scratch, held together only by the rhyme and the refrain.
In the ghazal you learn the opposite kind of obsessive focus.
Writing a ghazal is like looking in a broken mirror. The refrain determines the subject, but each couplet is like one of the shards of glass.