3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Group (9)

2011/10/01

 

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 fifth 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 fifth part)

 

Gabriela Marcian

 

floare de cireş

plutind printre ruine

mormânt sub ape

 

niciun orizont

peste Fukushima nori

şi câte lacrimi?

 

reazemă zidul

paravane pictate –

după cutremur

 

veşminte albe

lângă templul înclinat

sub ultimii fulgi

 

cherry tree blossom

floating among ruins

underwater tomb

 

桜の花

廃墟の中に浮かんでいる

地下のお墓

 

no horizon

over Fukushima clouds

and how many tears?

 

地平線がない

福島の雲の上には

そして何個の涙?

 

lean against the wall

painted folding screens –

after earthquake

 

壁によりかかる

絵が描かれた折りたたみ式のびょうぶ ―

地震の後

 

white robes

beside the leaning temple

under the last snowflakes

 

白い衣

傾いている寺のそば

最後の雪片の下

 

Octavian Mareş

 

n-a fost un sfârşit –

cireşii s-or răzbuna

înflorind iarăşi

 

not an end –

the cherry trees

blooming again

 

終わりなし ―

桜の木に

再び花が咲いている

 

Mirela Marica

 

noapte fără lună –

ce s-o fi întamplat

la Fukushima ?

 

moonless night –

what happened

at Fukushima ?

 

月の出ない夜 ―

何が起こったの

福島に?

 

Ioan Marinescu-Puiu

 

după cutremur –

acelaşi munte Fuji

în inima mea

 

sânge şi lacrimi –

muntele Fuji-n zare

sclipeşte rece

 

în templul distrus

surâsul lui Buddha –

Japonia-n doliu

 

after the earthquake –

the same mount Fuji

in my heart

 

地震の後 ―

同じ不二の山

私の心の中に

 

blood and tears –

the mount Fuji

glimmers icily

 

血と涙 ―

富士山

冷たそうにかすかに光る

 

in the destroyed temple

the Buddha’s smile –

Japan in mourning

 

壊れたお寺の中

お釈迦様の微笑み ―

喪中の日本

 

Silvestru Miclăuş

 

gheţari sfărâmaţi –

ameninţări ascunse

sub forme stranii

 

unire-n cuget –

deasupra valurilor

în aceeaşi barcă

 

shattered icebergs –

hidden threats

in strange shapes

 

粉々に割れた氷山 ―

隠されれていた脅威

奇妙な形で

 

together in thought –

on the waves

on the same boat

 

思いは共に ―

波の上で

同舟の上

 

Sorin Micuţiu

 

negură deasă –

în năvoadele rupte

PET-uri şi-un bocanc

 

dense fog –

the torn nets

a PET-and a brogue

 

濃霧 ―

引き裂かれた網

ペットとブローグ

 

în Fukushima

cireşul dă în floare –

altar părăsit

 

in Fukushima

the cherry tree blooming –

abandoned shrine

 

福島で

桜の木に花が咲いている ―

置き去りにされたお寺

 

Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu

 

lacrimi în ocean –

cireşii pictaţi de copii

se dizolvă

 

tears in the ocean –

cherry trees painted by children

dissolve

 

海の中の涙 ―

子供たちによって描かれた桜の木

溶けて消える

 

Dan Norea

 

străinii pleacă –

abia acum aş merge

la Fuji-yama

 

the foreigners leave –

only now I’d like to go

to Fuji-yama

 

外国人が去る ―

ただこの今私は行きたい

富士山へ

 

Mara Paraschiv

 

case-n ruină –

bătrânii cu pălării verzi

alungă teama

 

tsunami cosmic –

în surâsul japonez

un alt răsărit

 

ruins –

elders with green hats

banished fear

 

廃墟 ―

緑の帽子をかぶった年配の人たち

恐怖を払いのけた

 

cosmic tsunami –

in a Japanese smile

another dawn

 

幅広い津波 ―

日本人の微笑みに

別の夜明け

 

Ruxandra Petcu

 

furia firii –

talazuri hrăpăreţe

consumă viaţa

 

tată japonez –

spaima de moarte trăind

În piept liniştit

 

nature’s fury –

grasping waves

consuming life

 

自然の激怒 ―

波をとらえ

命を消滅させる

 

japanese father –

the fear of death living

inside in silence

 

日本の父 ―

死の恐怖が生きている

沈黙の内側に

 

Virginia Popescu

 

soare răsare –

un strigăt de nou-născut

printre ruine

 

sun rising –

a newborn’s cry

among the ruins

 

太陽が昇ってくる ―

新生児の叫び声

廃墟の中に

 

The next posting ‘3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Group (10)’ appears on October 8.

 

Hidenori Hiruta (member of HIA)

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