evening breeze . . . the pattern of golden leaves in her sari ESUJ-H, October, 2020 夕方のそよ風 黄金の葉の模様 彼女のサリーに first flower . . . the lawnmower makes a u-turn Haiku Foundation, August 5, 2020 最初の花 芝刈り機が作る Uターン this evening . . . on the courtesan's earrings the moon's reflection Failed Haiku, Issue 55 今日の夕方 遊女のイヤリングに 月の反射 monsoon night ... the wind chimes tell another story UNDER THE BASHO, modern haiku/3359 モンスーンの夜 風鈴が伝える 別の話 spring morning ... sunlight opens the gate of nimbus clouds 春の朝 日光が門を開く 雨雲の swirling leaves – the rattle of an old typewriter 渦巻く葉 ガタガタする音 古いタイプライター the last samurai . . . dreams of cherry blossoms on his death bed Haiku Foundation, July 22, 2020 最後の士 桜の夢 彼の死のベッドで this parting… from the old to the new deciduous leaves Haiku Foundation, September 30, 2020 この別れ 古いものから新しいものへ 落葉樹の葉 longest night… a single candle lights up the empty bedroom Haiku Foundation, September 2, 2020 一番長い夜 1本のキャンドルが点灯する 空しい寝室に monsoon river… the silent words in the flow Haiku Foundation, August 12, 2020 モンスーンの川 沈黙の言葉 流れの中で ― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta
Mr. Milan Rajkumar kindly and delightedly presented his favorite photo to the World Haiku Series 2020.
Bio : Milan Rajkumar is a secondary school teacher who teaches fixed and flexible exchange rates while writing haiku . He lives in Imphal ,Manipur, a far corner of the north eastern India . Genetically an asian by look and food . He speaks a tibeto-burman language known as ‘meiteilon’ or manipuri . Writing is his passion since childhood . Nowadays he writes haikai poems every day and night .
3 thoughts on “World Haiku Series 2020 (64) Haiku by Milan Rajkumar”
Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
#Haiku Happenings #2: Hidenori Hiruta presents haiku by Milan Rajkumar!
Extremely nice collection of haiku, Milan.
Keep it up!
I really enjoyed your poems and photograph Milan.Thank you Hiruta.