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The Eros Haiku Series: Kigo List

The following are the season words from the Eros series Maintained by Zhanna P. Rader. The question marks indicate that we are not sure to which season the kigo referred.


Kigo in the Eros haiku sequence:

 

Acorn - late autumn (CDV)

 

All in bloom - spring? (CCCXVII)

 

Apple - late autumn (XXVII, LXXIV)

 

Apple buds - mid spring (CCCLXII)

 

April breeze - spring (XCIV)

 

April wind - spring (CCI)

 

Ash Wednesday - early spring (CCXLVII)

 

Autumn moon - autumn (LIV)

 

Autumn deepens - autumn (XLII)

 

Autumn dusk - autumn (CCLXI)

 

Autumn grass - autumn (CCCLXXX)

 

Avocado - summer (CCCLXVI)

 

Baseball - all summer (CCCLXX)

 

Beach, nude beach - summer (LXIV, CXXIV, CLXXI, CCXLIX, CCLXXXVIII, CCLXXXIX, CCXC, CCXCVIII, CCСXIII, CCCXVIII, CCCXCII, CDI)

 

Blizzard - winter (CCCLVII)

 

Blossom, blossoms - late spring (LXII, CCXXXII, CCXXXIV, CCXXXVI, CCCXXVIII)

 

Blossomed day - late spring (CCCXCVIII)

 

Blossoming cherries - late spring (CLXV)

 

Blue Moon - autumn ? (CCLXVI)

 

Blueberries - summer (CCIII)

 

Bluebells - late spring (CXVII)

 

Bluebirds' song - spring? (CLI)

 

Bouquet - all summer (CCXCII)

 

Broken needle - early spring (CLXXVI)

 

Bud - mid spring (CCCLXIII)

 

Budding orchard - spring (CCCLXXI)

 

Budding plum - early spring (CI)

 

Budding trees - early spring (CCLXXV)

 

Butterfly - spring (XVIII, XXXVI, CXIX, CCCXX)

 

Burrefly cocoon - spring (XCI)

 

Butterfly garden - spring (XXXV)

 

Calla lily - all spring (CCXIV)

 

Caterpillar - summer (CLXXXV)

 

Cherries - early summer (LXIX, CCLXVIII)

 

Cherry blossom - late spring (CCLIII, CCXCVI, CCCLXXIX, CCCXCIX)

 

Cherry petals - late spring (CCLXXXVII)

 

Class reunion - summer (CCVII)

 

Clear water - autumn (CV)

 

Cold - all winter (CCLXXVI)

 

Cold raindrops - winter (CXLII)

 

Coldest morning - winter (XXXII)

 

Coo-coo - all summer (CCCXC)

 

Crushed grass - summer ? (CCLXIII)

 

Daffodils - mid spring (CDIII)

 

Daisy petals - all spring (CCCV)

 

Dancing (dance) - early autumn (CCCLXXXIII)

 

Dandelions - all spring (CCCXCIV)

 

Dew - all autumn (C)

 

Dew touch - autumn (LXI)

 

Drizzle - winter (CCCLXI)

 

Drizzling rain - winter (XLIII)

 

Drought-stricken willow - late summer (CXCVII)

 

Dry river bed - winter (CXV)

 

Dulse seaweed- summer (CCCXCVI )

 

Early spring - early spring (CCCXXIX)

 

Easter dance - late spring (CCXVII)

 

Entangled vines - autumn (XV)

 

Falling snow - late winter (LXXXVII)

 

Fireflies - mid summer (LXV)

 

First Coffee - New Year (CLXXV)

 

First crocus - early spring (CCCXXVI)

 

First snow - winter (IV)

 

First sunlight - New Year (CVII)

 

Flooded fields - mid summer (CCCXXXIX)

 

Flowers - summer? (CLVIII)

 

Forsythia - mid spring (CCCLIII)

 

Frosted dewdrops - autumn (XXXVII)

 

Full moon - mid-autumn (CCCV)

 

Ginger - summer (CCIX)

 

Ginseng - summer (CCIX)

 

Gossamer - mid-late autumn (XIV)

 

Hay - summer (CCXXXIX)

 

Heat wave - late summer (CCCXLII)

 

Hide and seek - summer (CCCXXXIII)

 

Honeysuckle - early summer (CXII, CXX)

 

Ice-cream - summer? (CCCXIX)

 

Ice storm - winter (CCLXXVII)

 

Indian summer - early winter (LXXXVI)

 

Jacaranda - spring (CCXLV)

 

Jasmine - late summer (XCV, CLXXIV, CXCIII)

 

June - summer (CCXXI)

 

Kitten - spring (CCCII)

 

Larks - spring (XXIV)

 

 

Late spring - late spring (CCCXII)

 

Leaf-fall - autumn (CCXXXVII)

 

Lightning - all autumn (CCLXXIII)

 

Lilacs - late spring (CXXXI, CLXXXIX, CCXXXVIII)

 

Lilac-scented night - late spring (CXXX)

 

Lily, lilies - late summer (VIII, IX, XLVI, LIX, CCVIII, CCXXIV)

 

The lily symbolizes chastity. In the tradition of art, many virgins are shown holding lilies. H.B.

http://tinyurl.com/yc2z9q - Easter Lily

http://tinyurl.com/yf7ygs - White Lily

 

Lotus - late summer (LXXI)

 

Magnolia - spring (CCCXLVIII)

 

Mandarin duck - winter (CXXVII)

 

Melons - late summer (LXXIII)

 

Meteor storm - early autumn (CCC)

 

Milky Way - early autumn (CCCXXX)

 

Mistletoe - winter (CCXXIX)

 

Moon - autumn (XXXI, LII, CVI, CXXXIX, CLV, CCXL, CCCLI, CCCLII)

 

Moonflowers - late summer (I, CLXXVII, CCCX)

 

Moonflowers (Ipomoea alba) are so called because they bloom in the evening. They have large 4 to 6 inch fragrant, white or pink flowers on twining vines. The flowers open quickly in the evening and last through the night, remaining open until touched by the morning Sun. Indescribably fragrant, Moonflower is one of the joys of the night garden. Origin: Southern Florida and American tropics. http://tinyurl.com/ye9co8 - moonflowers

 

Moonless night - autumn (XXV)

 

Moonlit - autumn (CLVII, CCXCIX)

 

Moonlit lake - autumn (CCCLXIX)

 

Moonrise - autumn (LXXXI)

 

Moon's glow - autumn (LXII)

 

Moor lark - spring (XLI)

 

Moss garden - mid summer? (CCCIV )

 

Mountain hyacinth - early summer (III)

 

Brodiaea douglasii ? Camassia scilloides ? Wild hyacinth ?

So called for no other reason than that its odor is like the odor of the hyacinth. It is in reality a lily. It is the most ethereal and delicate of all our wild flowers, and yet it springs up, like the commonest of weeds, in the commonest of places; even in the dusty edges of the streets, so close to the ruts that wheels crush it, it lifts its snowy chalice. On neglected opens, in pathways trodden every day, you may see these lilies by dozens, trampled down; and yet at first sight you would take them for rare and fragile exotics. The blossom is star-shaped, almost precisely like the white jessamine, and of such fine and transparent texture that it is almost impossible to press it; one, two, sometimes half a dozen flowers, rising only two or three inches high from the centre of a little bunch of slender green leaves, in shape like the blades of the old-fashioned garden-pink, but of a bright green color. It is one of the purest looking blossoms. (State of Colorado, USA) http://tinyurl.com/y6u8wn ?

Hyacinth or Hyacinthus , in Greek mythology, beautiful youth loved by Apollo. He was killed accidentally by a discus thrown by the god. According to another legend, the wind god Zephyr, out of jealousy, blew the discus to kill Hyacinth. From his blood sprang a flower which was named for him.

 

Narcissus - late winter (CL)

 

New moon - autumn (CLXXXIII)

 

New sap - mid spring (LVI)

 

Nighthawk - winter (CXXVII)

 

Nightingale - spring (CXIII, CXIV)

 

Nippy afternoon - winter (CXCVIII)

 

Orchid - mid autumn (CCCLXXIII)

 

Outdoor massage - summer (CCLXIV)

 

Oysters - all winter (LXVI)

 

Pansies - late spring (CCXI)

 

Parasol - all summer (CCCXXXV)

 

Passion flower - summer? (CXXXII, CXCI)

 

Pasqueflowers - spring (LXXXV)

 

 

Peach - early autumn (XXXIX, CLXI, CLXX)

 

Peacock dance - early summer (L)

 

Pine candles - late spring (CLXVIII)

 

Plum blossoms - early spring (VII, CXVI, CXLV, CXCVI, CCCXXXVII)

 

 

Plum sepals - early spring (XCIII)

 

Poppies, poppy - early summer (CIII, CXXXIV)

 

Pussy willows - early spring (XL)

 

 

Rain-soaked - spring (LXXIX)

 

Rainy days (rainy season) - mid summer (CCCLXXXIV)

 

Raspberries - summer (CCLXVIII)

 

Rising sap - spring (CCCXLI)

 

River ice - late winter (CCCLVIII)

 

Robins - spring (CCCL)

 

Rose, roses - early summer (LXXII, XLVII, CXXXVIII, CLIII, CCIV, CCXII, CCXIII, CCXXVII, CCL, CCLIV, CCLX, CCLXXIV, CCCXCV)

 

Rose petals - early summer (CXLVIII, CCXXXIII)

 

Rosebud - early summer (CXXXII)

 

Rose-scented - early summer (XCIX, CCV)

 

Rose thorn - early summer (XIX)

 

 

Saffron - summer (LXVIII)

 

http://tinyurl.com/ycpxew - article

http://tinyurl.com/ym8mdz - flower

http://tinyurl.com/ye6e4d - flower

Saffron - Crocus sativus, pronounced 'SAF-ruhn' is the world's most expensive spice.

 

Scarecrow - all autumn (CXCIX)

 

Scarlet butterflies - spring (XII)

 

 

Scented dusk - autumn? (XLIX)

 

Sea shells - all spring (CCCLXXXIX)

 

Short night - summer (CCCXXIV)

 

Shower - all summer (CCXIX)

 

Shower-bath - all summer (XCVI)

 

Skating - winter (CCCXXX)

 

Skinny dipping - summer (CXXII)

 

Skylark - all spring (CXXXVII)

 

Slipper moon - autumn (CLXVII)

 

Snow, snows - winter (CXL, CXLVII, CLII, CLXXXIII, CCXXIII, CCLXXXIV)

 

Snow angels - winter (CCLXXVIII)

 

Snowflake, snowflakes - late winter (X, CII)

 

Snowmelt - mid spring (XLVIII)

 

Soap bubbles - spring (XCII, CCCXXIII)

 

Sparrow nest - all spring (CCCLXXI)

 

Spring - spring (XCVII, CCLXXX, CCCLXXVIII)

 

Spring affair - spring (CCCLXV)

 

Spring breeze - spring (CCXLII)

 

Spring blossoms - spring (LV)

 

Spring break - spring (LXVII)

 

Students' spring vacations.

 

Spring cleaning - spring (CCXLVIII)

 

Spring colors - spring (CCXXV)

 

Spring dance - spring (LXXVIII)

 

Spring dash - spring (CCCXLV)

 

Spring dawn - spring (CLIV, CCLVI)

 

Spring day - spring (CC)

 

Spring desires - spring (CX, CD)

 

Spring dinner - spring (XXXVIII)

 

Spring dreams - spring (LXXXIV)

 

Spring dress - spring (CCCXXXIV)

 

Spring dusk - spring (XXVIII, CCCLXVII)

 

Spring gust - spring (CCXLIV)

 

Spring heat waves - spring (XXIX)

 

In Japanese poetic tradition heat waves seen on a warm, balmy spring day have been used as a metaphor for something evanescent, insubstantial, or unreal. (from Modern Japanese Haiku by Makoto Ueda, p. 47). VHS

 

Spring moon - spring (XI)

 

Spring odors - spring (CCCII)

 

Spring orioles - springs (CCCXLIX)

 

Spring picnic - spring (CCLI)

 

Spring rain - spring (XX, LX, LXXVII)

 

Spring romance - spring (LVI)

 

Spring scandal - spring (CCII)

 

Spring sunlight - spring (CCXX)

 

Spring twilight - spring (CLXXIII)

 

Spring victory - spring (CCLXII)

 

Spring vogue - spring (CCCLXI)

 

Spring wind - spring (VI, CCLXXIX)

 

Springing stream - mid spring? (CLXXXVIII)

 

Spring's sounds - spring (CCCVIII)

 

Starlit night - autumn (CCLXXII, CCCXLVI)

 

Storm - late autumn (CCLIX)

 

Strawberries - summer (CCLXXXI)

 

Sultry afternoon - late summer (CCLV)

 

Summer - summer (CCLI)

 

Summer afternoon - summer (CCCXIV)

 

Summer blouse - summer (CCLXXI)

 

Summer cruise - summer (CCXVI)

 

Summer dawn - summer (XIII)

 

Summer day - summer (XII)

 

Summer desire - summer (CXXIII)

 

Summer drizzle - summer (CCVII)

 

Summer dusk - dusk (LXXXII, CCCXXXVIII)

 

Summer garden - summer (CCCLXXIV)

 

Summer heat - summer (CCLXXXIII )

 

Summer house - summer (CXXXII)

 

Summer moon - summer (CCVI)

 

Summer moonlight - summer (CXLIX)

 

Summer night - summer (LVII, CCLVIII)

 

Summer-night breezes - summer (V)

 

Summer peaches - summer (CCCXXI)

 

Summer romance - summer (CCCLXXVI)

 

Summer sea - summer (CCCLIX)

 

Summer shadows - summer (CCCXXV)

 

Summer storm - summer (XLIV, CCLXIX)

 

Summer-sun showers - summer (CCXCVII)

 

Summer thunder - summer (CCLXXXVI)

 

Summer-time surf - summer (CCLXX)

 

Summer vacations - summer (LXXXVII)

 

Summer's end - summer (CCCLXXVII)

 

Sun-bathing - summer (XXXIII)

 

Sun-beam - summer (LXI)

 

Sunflower - summer (IV)

 

 

Sunny fields - summer? (CCXCIII)

 

Sweet pea - spring (CLXXXII)

 

Sweet wine - autumn (in Rumania) (CLXIX)

 

Swelling buds - mid spring (XXXIV, CCLXV)

 

Tanga - summer (CCLXXXII)

 

Tulip - spring (CCCLXIX)

 

Twilight moon - autumn (XC)

 

Valentine candies - early spring (CVIII)

 

Valentine's Day - early spring (CLXIII, CCXV, CCXXXV, CCCIX)

 

Violets - spring (LI)

 

 

Wading - all summer (LXXVI)

 

Waning fire - winter? (CCCXLIV)

 

Water's edge - summer (XVI)

 

West wind - early winter (CXXXV)

 

White winter - winter (CCXXII)

 

Wild thyme - early summer (CCLXXXV)

 

Wild violets - all spring (CLXXXI, CCXXVIII)

 

Wildflowers in bloom - summer? (CLXIV)

 

Willow - late spring (CCXLI)

 

Willow limbs - late summer (CXCV)

 

Winter - winter (LIII, CIX, CXXVI, CXC, CXCIV, CCCXI)

 

Winter beech - winter (CCCLVI)

 

Winter crescent rising - winter (CLXXX)

 

Winter dawn - winter (LXXX)

 

Winter days - winter (CXXV)

 

Winter darkness - winter (CLVI)

 

Winter evening - winter (CXLI)

 

Winter flower-bed - winter (CCCXVI)

 

Winter moon - winter (CXXXVI)

 

Winter morning - winter (CCXC)

 

Winter night - winter (LXXXIII, CXLIII, CCCI)

 

Winter rain - winter (II)

 

Winter sky - winter (CLXXIX)

 

Winter solstice - winter (CCXCV)

 

Winter stars - winter (CLXXII)

 

Winter wedding - winter (CXCII)

 

Winter's heart - winter? (CLXVII)

 

Withered leaves - all winter (XCVIII)

 

Withered rose - summer (LXIII)

 

Woodfire - winter (XVII)

 

Woodpecker - autumn (CXI)

 

Woodpecker's drumming - autumn (CLXXVIII)

 

Wren's song - winter (LXXXIX, CCLVII)

 

 

Haiku topics in the haiku without kigo:

 

Bath bubbles - CXLIV

 

Bed - XXX

 

Bells – CCCXXII

 

Bride - CCCXXII

 

Bubbled water - CCXXXI

 

Bus – CCCLXVIII

 

Clay doll – XLV, CCCXLIII

 

Color - CCCLXIV

 

Daffodils - mid spring CDIII

 

Dawn – CCCXXXII

 

Door – CCCXL

 

First coffee – CLXXV

 

Fragrant dusk - CXVIII, CDII

 

Grass - CCCLXXXI

 

Groom - CCCXXII

 

Laughter - CCCXCVII

 

Love - XXVI

 

Love words – CCCXXXVI

 

Lovers - CCCLXXV, CCCLXXXI, CCCXCI

 

Marriage proposal – CCCLV

 

Meadows - CCCLXXXII, CCCXCI

 

Misty window - LXX

 

Northern lights – CCCVII

 

Pillow – XXX

 

Racing heart – CCXLVI

 

Saint Teresa - CCXXX

 

Sea - XXIII, LXXV

 

Seaweed - CCCXCVI

 

Seeds - CCCXCI

 

Sparrows - CCCLXXV

 

Stars - CCCLXXXI

 

Sweethearts - CCCLIV

 

Tree limb – CLXII

 

Trees - CCCXCVII

 

Window boxes - CCCLXIV