A Collaborative Haiku Experiment: An Invitation to Cultivate a Spirit of Connection for Wellbeing
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Chester; Independent
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AbstractWe have adopted the teikei approach of haiku (定型, or fixed form) which employs the 5-7-5 pattern (the symmetrical 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables pattern). Three people with an interest in writing, haiku, and wellbeing got together to explore the world of haiku via provocation through the medium of Stumbled Upon (www.stumbleupon.com) to explore what perspectives on the virtual and real world we might create...
CitationHopkins, S., Smith, A. & Wall, T. (2016). A collaborative haiku experiment: An invitation to cultivate a spirit of connection for wellbeing. The Lapidus Journal.
JournalThe Lapidus Journal
CollectionsCentre for Work Related Studies
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