I come weary, In search of an inn— Ah! These wisteria flowers!
—Matsuo Basho Translation by William George Aston
I come weary, are we not weary, you and I? Yet we carry light hearts.
In search of an inn— a meal, a bath, glasses of wine. Glad meeting of old friends.
Ah! These wisteria flowers! remind me of home, my garden where I shall finally rest.
Back in 2012 (or 13?) Chèvrefeuille, the host of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, introduced the form he called, Troiku. Follow the link for more information on this form. It’s an interesting twist on an ancient and revered poetry form.