Tanka by Kala Ramesh in India (2)

2012/11/17

 

Kala Ramesh is a poet in India, who writes haiku, tanka, haibun, senryu and renku.

 

 

 

Here are tanka written by Kala Ramesh.

 

Ganga

melting from glaciers

becomes

the waterness of water…

I take the holy dip

 

ガンジス川

氷河から溶け

成る

水の中の水に

私は聖なる水にちょっと浸る

 

 

the ganga rumbling

through mountains and plains

joins the ocean…

the weight of my womb

even after menopause

 

ガンジス川がゴウゴウと音を立てて流れている

山々や平原を通って

大洋に合流する...

私の子宮の重さ

更年期の後でさえ

 

 

rain catchers

near our banyan tree

here and there

leaves of the pond lotus

roll raindrops moons

 

雨をとらえる物

私たちのベンガルボダイジュに近づく

あちこちで

池のハスの葉

雨滴の月を転がす

 

 

illusions ride

on a fast fading rainbow

somewhere there

I let go of my childhood…

I must have

 

幻が乗る

直ぐ消えていく虹の上に

どこかそこあたりに

私は子供時代を放してしまう...

持っていなければ

 

 

I look at the blue sea

and the blue sky

in wonder…

gently they turn

into night

 

青い海を見る

そして青空を

驚異の中で...

ゆるやかにそれらは向きを変える

夜の中へ

 

 

The next posting ‘’ Tanka by Kala Ramesh in India (3)” appears on November 24.

 

 

 蛭田秀法Hidenori Hiruta

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