For New Year 2012 (5) : Photo Haiku by Ioana Dinescu, Romania

2012/02/04

 

On December 20, 2011, Patricia Lidia inRomania, kindly presented a haiku calendar to us.

The haiku calendar was made by Ioana Dinescu and Constanta Erca in Romania.

Here is a photo of the month February.

 

 

It’s snowing again

the cherry trees are blooming

on my kimono                                                     Bea Hurmuz

 

雪がまた降っている ―

桜の木には花が咲いている

私の着物では                             ビー・ハームズ

 

Ioana Dinescuhas contributed her photo haiku to us.

Please enjoy her photo haiku with my Japanese translations. 

You can enjoy them in her blog too. 

http://haikuind.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

power outage –

world`s rebirth

in candlelight

 

停電 ―

世界の復活

ろうそくの光で

 

 

 

tender sun –

the carpet’s flowers

stretch towards it

 

柔らかな太陽 ―

カーペットの花

太陽の方に伸びる

 

 

 

after the rain –

the lilac fragrance

covers the moon

 

雨の後 ―

ライラックの芳香

月をおおう

 

 

 

snow gathers

in the flower’s shadow

fragrance of spring

 

雪が集まる

花の陰に

春の香り

 

 

 

full moon –

the sky’s velvet torn

in the middle

 

満月 ―

空のビロードが千切れた

真ん中で

 

 

 

sand and waves –

a shell still seeking

for its pair

 

砂と波―

一枚の貝がまだ捜している

相手を

 

 

 

scattered leaves –

the old ballerina

takes her cane

 

散在した葉 ―

年老いたバレリーナ

ステッキを取る

 

 

 

sinking to the depths

a branch still tries to reach

the skies

 

深みに沈んでいる

一本の枝がまだ届こうとしている

空に

 

 

 

into the distance –

long looking after the one

with broken wing

 

遠くの彼方に―

長い間一羽の面倒を見ている

羽根が折れて

 

 

 

between the Tropics

and the North Pole just

a thin glass

 

熱帯地方と

北極の間にたった

一枚の薄いガラス

 

 

 

broken glasses –

a new world out of

sound and smoke

 

割れたグラス ―

新世界が誕生

音と煙から

 

 

 

wind chimes –

a butterfly entangled

between the notes

 

風のチャイム ―

一匹の蝶がからまった

音の間に

 

 

The next posting ‘For New Year 2012 (6)’ appears on February 11.

 

― Hidenori Hiruta

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “For New Year 2012 (5) : Photo Haiku by Ioana Dinescu, Romania”

  1. Gabi Greve Says:

    Enjoyed very much, thanks to all!
    Gabi from Japan

  2. Yousei Hime Says:

    I’ve missed visiting and reading. So many lovely haiku and haiga. Thank you as always, Hidenori san.

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