World Haiku Series 2021 (7) Haiku by Christiane Ranieri

confinement –
from our balconies we share
a half moon

February 8, 2021 (Mainichi Japan)

閉じ込め
私たちが共有するバルコニーから
半月
 
like a magnet
attracted to the old stable –
smells of my childhood

磁石のように
古い馬小屋に惹かれる
子供の頃のにおい

sweetness of the autumn –
my place in the sun
stealing by a lizard 

秋の甘さ
日向の私の場所
トカゲによる横取り

new agenda –
the long list of dreams 
to deconfine

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Societatea Română de Haiku
Mention

新しいアジェンダ
夢の長いリスト
制限を解除する

confinement –
at the end of my paint brush
the blue of the sea

閉じ込め
ペイントブラシの先端に
海の青
 
forest path –
far away from this masked world
breathing the autumn

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森の小道
このマスクされた世界から遠く離れて
秋の呼吸

spring awakening –
the false notes
of his transverse flute

Foto haiku

春の目覚め

調子の外れた音

彼の横笛の

paddling pool –
tickling the clouds
my toes

浅いプール 
雲をくすぐる
私のつま先
 
a rainbow 
pierces the clouds –
flight of his soul

虹
雲を突き破る
彼の魂の飛行

snowy morning –
the blackbird’s trills
disperse the silence

Foto haiku 

雪の朝

ムクドリモドキのさえずり

沈黙を分散させる

― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta

Link

 http://christiane-ranieri.fr

Bio

Christiane Ranieri is from Wittenheim,France.

Lulled by the bilingualism of her native Alsace where she devotes herself to her French-Italian family, Christiane venerates the diversity of cultures and places of life.

She brings us into her world with the precision of detail that was a relational necessity to her blind parents, and that today provides the poetic enjoyment of her haiku.

Up to now, she is the author of 4 books of haikus and renkus. Her last book “In search of light” is published by Ed. Unicité.

2 thoughts on “World Haiku Series 2021 (7) Haiku by Christiane Ranieri

  1. like a magnet
    attracted to the old stable –
    smells of my childhood

    Wow! Wonderful haiku. Thanks.

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