For New Year 2012 (15) : Haiku by Oprica Padeanu, Romania (3)

2012/08/11

 

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 August.

 

 

 

I mowed the grass

and watched it growing –

sun at sunset                                                          Sorin Tona Boc

 

草を刈った

そして生えるのを見た -

日没の太陽                 ソリン トナ ボス

 

 

Here is a cover of  “Blackbird’s song”.

 

 

 

Here are some haiku from “Blackbird’s song”, which are translated into English by Mr. Vasile Moldovan, with my Japanese translation.

This is the third part of summer haiku.

 

 

SUMMER SHADOWS    夏陰

 

 

Silence around –

the shadow of a passer–by

broken by butterflies

 

まわりの沈黙 ―

通行人の影

チョウに破られる

 

 

The air, the green…

drew by the butterflies

on the flotation lane

 

空気;緑...

チョウに描かれた

浮力のレーンに

 

 

The noon breeze –

a black swan graciously

among the water lilies

 

真昼のそよ風 ―

黒いスワンが優雅に

スイレンの間に

 

 

Noon steams –

the swan’s shadow

elongated by a frog

 

真昼の霧 ―

スワンの影

カエルに引き伸ばされる

 

 

On the old hut,

an albatross

loaded with light

 

古い小屋の上 ―

アホウドリが一羽

光を満載している

 

 

Sunset

gulls carrying on the back

the sea echo

 

日没

カモメが背に運んでいる

海のこだまを

 

 

A poppy comes in the world –

I see a haiku

on the life line

 

ケシが世に出る ―

ハイクを一句見る

生命線に

 

 

The wind in play–

my sight stopped

on a rose

 

風が戯れている ―

他が見えなくなった

一本のバラの上で

 

 

Cherry trees in fruit

the waving of the grass

closed in the twilight

 

実をつけているサクラの木 ―

草の揺れが

薄明かりの中で終わった

 

 

Books storehouse

I comes out for a handful

of cherries

 

書庫 ― 

手に一杯にするために出る

サクランボを

 

 

Summer moon–

between me and spider

a book marker

 

夏の月 ―

私とクモの間に

本のしおり一枚

 

 

Scorching day–

at the scarecrow shadow

a lullaby

 

焼けつくような日 ―

かかしの陰で

子守歌

 

 

The next posting ‘ Haiku by Oprica Padeanu, Romania (4) on August 18.

 

― Hidenori Hiruta

 

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2 Responses to “For New Year 2012 (15) : Haiku by Oprica Padeanu, Romania (3)”


  1. most enjoyable hidenori san

  2. csterba Says:

    Lovely calendar and haiku from Romanian poets. One of the first international haiku poets I met was Ion Condrescu when he was visiting Japan. I cherish my copies of Albatross and a painting by Ion.

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