World Haiku Series 2019 (154)
Haiku by Radostina Dragostinova
teaching paper angels
how to spread wings
on the dew-sprinkled rose blossom
newspapers lorry whiffles
all the good news
entertainment maze& labyrinth
all the words
on the dusty shelter
in the abandoned bookstore
in the mud puddles
mom plants daffodils
in the garden
drips down her chin
too much to leave
too much if I stay . . .
in the clay gnome’s hands . . .
— Translated by Hidenori Hiruta
Here are four photos kindly and delightedly presented by Ms. Radostina Dragostinova for the World Haiku Series 2019.
Radostina Dragostinova lives in Sofia,Bulgaria.
Being a financial analyst, writing haiku (starting in the beginning of 2018) and poetry is her everyday routine escape.
She has a little daughter, making her world bright.
Photography and ikebana are other islands for her where she finds inspiration.
She has joined among the 100 most creative haiku writers in Europe for Y2018.
2 thoughts on “World Haiku Series 2019 (154) Haiku by Radostina Dragostinova”
Fine words. 🙂
Dear haiku poets, or haijin, thank you very much for having sent fine haiku for the World Haiku Series 2019.
Sharing nice works of haiku is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Thanks a million again for having given such a good time, a rich source of inspiration, and a big delight. Hidenori Hiruta