For New Year 2012 (14) : Photo Haiku by Ioana Dinescu, Romania

2012/07/07

 

On December 20, 2011, Patricia Lidia in Romania, 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 July.

  

 

rusted rails –

the poppy loses a petal

under the steppe’s sun                           Dan Doman

 

錆びたレール ―

ケシが花びらを失う

大草原の太陽の下で           ダン・ドマン

 

Ioana Dinescuhas contributed her photo haiku to us.

Please enjoy her photo haiku with my Japanese translation. 

You can enjoy them in her blog too. 

http://haikuind.wordpress.com/

 

 

summer’s azure –

the flamenco dancer

accelerates the rhythm

 

夏の空色 ―

フラメンコ ダンサー

リズムを加速する

 

 

 

midsummer night

white flames dancing

under th red moon

 

真夏の夜 ―

白い炎が踊っている

赤いに月の下で

 

 

autumn red

the old lipstick outlines

a faint smile

 

秋の赤 ―

古い口紅が引き立たせる

かすかな微笑み

 

 

 

chopped onion –

waiting for its turn

dill under tears

 

切り刻まれたタマネギ ―

順番を待っている

涙を流すイノンド

 

 

in the old photo

time effaced the bride –

mourning bridegroom

 

古い写真の中で

時が花嫁を人目につかないようにした ―

嘆いている花婿

 

 

 

beach under rain –

dreaming to be an umbrella

a sun hat

 

雨の浜辺 ―

傘になりたいと夢見ている

日よけ帽

 

 

 

sunrise –

the darkness is hiding 

in the inkpot

 

日の出 ―

暗やみが隠れている

インクつぼの中に

 

 

 

icon from long ago –

framed in old gold  

the faceless Father

 

昔からの聖像 ―

古い金で造られている

個性を欠いた父

 

 

 

stump burned by lightning –

sniffing it in vain

a limping dog

 

稲妻で焼かれた切り株 ―

空しくくんくんかいでいる

足を引きずっている犬

  

The next posting ‘Senryu by Chen-ou Liu, Canada(2) ’ appears on July 14.

 

― Hidenori Hiruta

 

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One Response to “For New Year 2012 (14) : Photo Haiku by Ioana Dinescu, Romania”


  1. Excellent haiga. Particularly, sunrise–/darkness is hiding/in the inkpot and autumn red–/old lipstick outlines/ a faint smile.
    The use of kigo and juxtaposition of the phrases with the lines of fragments are tenderly poetic!

    Pravat

    http://pkpadhy.blogspot.com

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