World Haiku Series 2020 (34) Haiku by Giuliana Ravaglia

snow walls –
my mother’s hot bread

Haikuniverse, January 2020

雪の壁

母の焼きたてのパン

last trip:
a butterfly
in my room

The Mainichi , April 2020

最後の旅

私の部屋に

acacia flowers –

the color of the sun

in the herbal tea

Haiku Antichi E NON , July 2020

アカシアの花

太陽の色

ハーブティーに

shooting star –
how many steps yet
from to tell

August 2020

流れ星

あと何歩

伝えるために

looking for roots –

something extra

of the mirror

The Haiku Foundation, September 2020

ルーツを探している

何か特別なもの

鏡の

still summer –
mother’s silence in every room

RETE ASAHI HAIKUIST, September 2020

まだ夏

すべての部屋での母の沈黙

full sun –
the empty shell cicada

RETE ASAHI HAIKUIST, October 2020

完全な太陽

蝉の抜け殻

video call –

in the trolley a flower in a bottle

The Haiku Foundation, October 2020

ビデオ通話

トロリー・バスに瓶の中の花

autumn leaves –

my certainties

scattered in the wind

October 2020

紅葉

私の確信

風にまき散らされる

blue shawl –

my mother

still close

ESUJ-H, November 2020

青いショール

私の母

まだ近くに

― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta

Photos:

Ms. Giuliana Ravaglia kindly and delightedly presented her favorite photos to the World Haiku Series 2020.

Biography:

Born in the province of Bologna (Italy),

former elementary teacher, she cultivates a love for poetry, in particular for haiku, understood as an incessant “journey” of knowledge and awareness.

She has published two collections of poems, a collection of haiku and is present in some anthologies: Haiku University, Viaggi Di Versi, Poemele iernii.

Her poems are published on websites, online magazines and local magazines: Otata, Memoirs of a geisha, Luke’s water lilies, Lumachine, The Haiku Foundation, The Mainichi, Haikuniverse, ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK, ESUJ-H, The Bamboo.

https://akitahaiku.com/2020/09/28/

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