World Haiku Series 2019 (84)
Haiku by Julia Guzmán
the transparent wings
of a firefly
published in The Asahi Shimbun 2nd March 2018
the light beam
on the baby ´s face
published in The Asahi Shimbun. 2018
delineate the river –
published in the Asahi Shimbun 2018
the smell of incense
in the family kitchen
published in The Asahi Shimbun. August 2018
first day of the year-
hanging the new calendar
I remember dad
published in The Asahi Shimbun. January 18th. 2019
morning dew –
the wild flower trail
red and violet
published in The Haiku Foundation 2018. “A sense of place “
Valdés península –
the cry of sea wolves
to their mates
published in The Haiku Foundation. “A sense of place”. 2018
the rain stops –
the song of oven birds
in search of mud
published in Afrikanetwork.2018
Reiwa Era –
the imperial chrysanthemum
grows among new ideas
published in The Asahi Shimbun. 3rd March. 2019
the taste of green tea
in my lips
the baby´s kisses
on the mother´s cheeks
published in Crhysantemun, Germany.
— Translated by Hidenori Hiruta
Julia Guzmán was born in Córdoba, Argentina where she lives.
She started the haiku-do in 2007 and since then she has been reading, learning and giving workshops all around the Argentinian Patagonia (together with Jorge Giallorenzi ) and the rest of the country.
She has been published in Medellín, Colombia, Argentina, Spain and some other parts of the world.
She loves translating haiku from Spanish to English in order to share with the rest of the world.
She actively participates in important haiku groups in Facebook.
She is one of the teachers of the first virtual Spanish Haiku School “Makoto”.
Here are five photos presented by Ms. M. Julia Guzmán.
1. A nest of oven birds on a pine
2. A prunus
3. Landscape in Patagonia
4. A dove in a church