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Loneliness haiku by Wieslaw Borkowski

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Small (16.4" x 23.2")

$15.12


一つなくは親なし鳥よ秋の暮
hitotsu naku wa oya nashi tori yo aki no kure

“Alone he cries
the motherless bird…
autumn dusk”

Don’t let others to be alone, especially when autumn comes into their lives.

Drawn during and between Japanese classes also at home.
My first – Japanese calligraphy this time…
A4, blue ballpen, ink and brush on A4 copy paper.
Inspired by Kobayashi Issa’s haiku.

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autumn, bird, calligraphy, haiku, japanese, tree, wiesław borkowski

Wieslaw Borkowski, Polish, born 1989. Majored in Chinese studies, student of China Academy of Fine Arts, department of traditional Chinese painting.

Member of local artists society and Polish Society of Traditional Wushu and Chinese Culture.

Creating in many different styles. Doing commission works, calligraphy and Chinese painting live displays.

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Comments

  • mqmystic2001
    mqmystic2001over 4 years ago

    simply beautiful

  • mimi yoon
    mimi yoonover 4 years ago

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    – Wieslaw Borkowski

  • Chris Baker
    Chris Bakerover 4 years ago

    Fabulous work – unique perspective on a beautiful yet sorrowful subject :)

  • eaphotography
    eaphotographyover 4 years ago

    this is stunning work.

  • jimmytan
    jimmytanover 4 years ago

    AWESOME!

  • gabryshak
    gabryshakover 4 years ago

    beautifully done!!
    ♥t

  • Ming  Myaskovsky
    Ming Myaskovskyover 4 years ago

    I’m very impressed by this, and it’s STUNNING, this is extraordinary, love Haiku! :D

  • redladyart
    redladyartover 4 years ago

    It is so encouraging to see haiku on RB! Wonderful work. Thanks for sharing. :)

  • Gonna make more!! Thank You :D

    – Wieslaw Borkowski

  • Rhinovangogh
    Rhinovangoghover 4 years ago

    Exquisite! So well done! One wants to satre and atare….Nice! I appreciate the work you must have put into this! Nice!

  • Yes, took a while but was very interesting. First time I used such technique.

    – Wieslaw Borkowski

  • genevievem
    genevievemover 4 years ago

    very beautiful work!

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