JAZZ POETRY ~ Volume 2 of a Series of Haikulisms


Volume Two of a Series of Haikulisms

Poet Ronald Joseph Kule renamed the word “haiku” and coined his, “Haikulisms.” (An obvious play on his surname)

Haikulisms are collections of haiku poetry designed to give pause from our hectic world and daily pace. One haikulism creates a daily oasis that cools and uplifts a hectic or boring daily routine. That is the poet’s purpose.

Each collection title focuses on a specific subject and gathers at least a score or more different haiku. This volume features jazz music based on the poet’s love affair with jazz music, which began at age eight by his discovery of, and subsequent listening for hours to, his dad’s vinyl collection of jazz master recordings.



alive blue diamonds

brushed by artist’s jazz music

forever in space


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PARIS NOV 13 2015

Peace-for-Paris-738x575(the) music was too loud

so they used kalishnikovs

to silence the crowd…

but replacements came

the world’s outcry turned louder

than bullets and blood…

love supercedes hate

in fact, it is deafening

and war is insane