3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Group (8)

2011/09/24

 

We already posted some parts of RO KU Magazine – Japan, between suffering and hope dedicated to the disaster from Fukushima.

Courtesy of Mr. Corneliu Traian Atanasiu, editor of ROMANIAN KUKAI, here is a pdf file of the magazine.

RO KU JAPONIA 

 

Today we post the fourth part of haiku from the RO KU Magazine – Japan, between suffering and hope dedicated to the disaster from Fukushima.

 

Mulţumim tuturor celor 66 autori de la care am primit cele 144 poeme

listate în continuare (în listă veţi regăsi, însoţite de numele autorilor, şi poemele selectate în prima parte).

 

We would like to thank the 66 authors that contributed with the 144 poems

listed below (the list includes the names of the authors and the poems selected in the fourth part)

 

Letiţia Lucia Iubu

 

flori de cireşi

peste ruine –

“restu-i tăcere”

 

pe luciul bălţii

din nou flori de nufăr –

în adânc sange, noroi

 

scrisori expediate:

Dragă Japonie,

noi te iubim

 

Cutremur, Tsunami,

Război, Pericol Nuclear …

Avertizare, oameni trufaşi

 

trupuri strivite,

flori de lotus, ruine –

tragică ikebana

 

zi de doliu –

copiii trimit pe apă

bărci de hârtie

 

cocorii au revenit

cireşii înfloresc

speranţa renaşte

 

over the ruins

blossoms of cherry trees –

in rest silence

 

廃墟中に

桜の木の花 ―

他の静寂の中で

 

on the pond’s mirror

again water lily flowers

in the depth blood and mud

 

池の水鏡に

再びスイレンの花が

深淵の血と泥の中に

 

sent letters:

Dear Japan,

we love you

 

手紙を送った:

親愛なる日本

私たちはあなたを愛しています

 

Earthquake, Tsunami,

War, Nuclear Danger …

Warning, haughty people

 

地震津波、

戦争、原子力の危険 ...

温暖化、傲慢な人々

 

crushed bodies,

lotus flowers, ruins –

tragic ikebana

 

押しつぶされた身体、

蓮の花、廃墟 ―

悲劇の生け花

 

day of mourning –

the children put off water

paper boats

 

哀悼の日 ―

子供たちが水をかきだす

紙の舟

 

the cranes come back

sakura is blooming

the hope arises

 

鶴が戻ってくる

桜が咲いている

希望が湧き上がる

 

Dan Iulian

 

valuri la Sendai –

copilul construieşte

o bărcuţă

 

waves in Sendai –

the child makes

a paper boat

 

仙台の津波 ―

子供が作る

紙の舟を

 

Ildiko Juverdeanu

 

oul de cocor –

doar luna mai veghează

cuibul dărâmat

 

printre ruine –

nestingherit cireşul

înmugureşte

 

the crane’s egg –

only the moon watching

the broken nest

 

鶴の卵 ―

月だけが見ている

壊れた巣を

 

among ruins –

the cherry tree buds

without obstacles

 

廃墟の中で ―

桜の木に蕾がふくらむ

障害はない

 

Radu Kretzudava

 

salt peste ruine –

zece de Nadia

japonezilor

 

jump over wreckage –

perfect ten of Nadia

for all Japanese

 

難破船の漂着物を跳び越えて ―

ナディアの完全なる10人

日本人全てののために

 

Maria Doina Leonte

 

ţipăt de cocori –

pe valuri de tsunami

muguri de cireş

 

în fostul oraş

un copac cu o creangă –

primul ou în cuib

 

cartea din noroi

fără ultima filă –

finalul rescris

 

crane’s cry –

on tsunami waves

cherry buds

 

鶴の鳴き声 ―

津波の上に

桜の蕾

 

in the vanished town

a tree with a branch –

first egg in the nest

 

消え去った町に

枝一本の一本の木 ―

巣の中には最初の卵

 

the muddy book

without the last leaf –

rewritten end

 

泥まみれの本

最後の一枚はない ―

書き直される結末

 

Patricia Lidia

 

printre ruine –

răsăritul soarelui

scăldat în lacrimi

 

among ruins –

the sunrise reflected

by the tears

 

廃墟の中で ―

太陽が映っている

涙の中に

 

iarăşi explozii –

aştept cu nerăbdare

veşti de departe

 

templul lui Buddha –

deasupra ruinelor

rugă în lacrimi

 

veşti din Akita –

drumurile lui Basho

numai ruine

 

new explosions –

I look forward to hearing

news from far away

 

新しい爆発 ―

私は聞くことが楽しみだ

遠くからの知らせを

 

Buddha Temple

over the ruins

prayer in tears

 

仏教寺院 ―

廃墟中に

涙の祈り

 

news from Akita –

Basho’s roads

only ruins

 

秋田からの知らせ ―

芭蕉の細道

ただ廃墟のみ

 

Elena Gabriela Manda

 

printre ruine –

mireasma florii de cireş

ne mângâie iar

 

ochi înlăcrimaţi

şi braţe ridicate –

oameni se roagă

 

among ruins –

the scent of cherry blossom

caressing us again

 

廃墟の中に ―

桜の花のにおい

再び私たちを優しく包んでくれる

 

eyes in tears

and raised arms –

prayers

 

涙の中の目

そして腕があげられる ―

祈り

 

 

The next posting ‘3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Society (9)’ appears on October 1.

 

Hidenori Hiruta (member of HIA)

 

 

 

 

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