3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Group (10)

2011/10/08

 

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 sixth 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 sixth part)

 

Gh. Postelnicu

 

forţa credinţei

răceşte miezu-nroşit

apele limpezi

 

cutremur prelung

monstru valul cel mare –

SPERANŢE SPRE ZEI

 

the power of faith

cools the reddened core –

clear waters

 

信仰の力

赤くなった炉心を冷却する ―

汚れのない海域

 

long earthquake

monster the great wave –

HOPES TO GOD

 

長い地震

大きな波をはやしたてる ―

神への希望

 

Iulia Ralia

 

cuvânt japonez

care se-azvârle în noi –

tsunami

 

să plecăm ochii

pentru a ne simţi

suflet la suflet

 

în Japonia

nu aştepta tsunami

mugurii de cireş

 

acelaşi martie –

parfum de muguri

şi speranţă

 

trupul sfărâmat –

peste valuri inima

arde lumina

 

japanese word

that is, throwing to us –

tsunami

 

日本の言葉

すなわち、私たちに投げてくる ―

津波

 

our eyes lean

to feel

soul to soul

 

私たちの目が傾く

感じるために

魂から魂を

 

in Japan

don’t wait for tsunami

the cherry blossoms

 

日本では

津波を待たない

桜の花

 

the same March witness –

scent of buds

and hope

 

同じ3月の証拠 ―

蕾の香り

そして希望

 

broken body –

flowing heart

burn the light

 

バラバラになった身体 ―

流れる心

光を燃やす

 

Ion Răşinaru

 

vuiet din adânc –

refugiu statornic doar

muntele Fuji

 

furia mării

întrerupând destine –

Fuji neclintit

 

roar from the depth –

only the mount Fuji

lasting refuge

 

深淵から轟音 ―

ただ富士山だけ

永久の安全地帯 

 

the fury of the sea

breaking destinies –

still Fuji

 

海の激怒

運命を砕く―

静かな富士

 

Dumitru Roşu

 

tristeţe globalăradiaţii

peste Fuji

sakura sub lacrimi

 

global sorrow radiations

over Fujis Sakura

under tears

 

全世界の悲しみの放射

富士の桜中に

涙の下で

 

Petru Mihai Sacu

 

Ah! univers orb

sub leagănul vieţii cad

pruncii nenăscuţi

 

Ah! blind universe

under the cradle of life fall

the unborn babies

 

ああ!盲目的な宇宙

生命のゆりかごの下に落とす

胎児を

 

GG Stanciu

 

bătrân gârbovit –

aplecat peste ruine

înfruntă moartea

 

valuri, cutremur,

explozii şi coşmare,

OAMENI MINUNAŢI!

 

soare răsare –

peste floarea de cireş

ruine şi plâns

 

old-bent –

bent over ruins

faces death

 

老人が身体を曲げる ―

廃墟の上に曲げる

死に直面する

 

waves, earthquake,

explosions and nightmares,

Wonderful People!

 

波、地震、

爆発そして悪夢、

すばらしい人たち!

 

 

sun rises –

over cherry blossom

ruins and crying

 

太陽が昇る ―

桜の花の上に

廃墟と叫び声

 

Theodora Petronela Stroe

 

suntem înlăcrimaţi

dar totul va trece –

noi te iubim mult!

 

our eyes in tears

but everything will gone –

we love you so much!

 

涙でにじむ目

しかし何もかもなくなってしまうだろう ―

私たちはあなたをとっても愛してる

 

Constantin Stroe

 

după tsunami,

doar zborul albatroşilor

în Fukushima

 

after tsunami,

only the albatrosses’ flight

in Fukushima

 

津波の後、

アホウドリの飛行だけ

福島で

 

Alex Şerban

 

cireşi înfloriţi –

în aşteptarea lor

privim dezastrul

 

cherry trees in bloom –

we look at the disaster

waiting for them

 

花咲く桜の木 ―

私たちは天災を眺める

花咲く木を待ちながら

 

Petronela Ştefan

 

Japonie dragă –

suntem lângă tine

în durerea ta

 

beloved Japan –

we are beside you

in your suffering

 

愛する日本 ―

私たちはあなたのそばにいる

あなたたちの苦しみの中で

 

 

The next posting ‘3.11 Haiku from the Romanian Haiku Society (11)’ appears on October 15.

 

Hidenori Hiruta (member of HIA)

 

 

 

 

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