the lighthouse without its beacon . . . tsunami Runner-up Constanta Haiku Contest 2021 灯台 その信号灯がない 津波 lily pad rafts dotting the pond . . . leopard frogs Zatsuei Haiku of Merit World Haiku Review, Summer 2021 スイレンの葉のいかだ 池に点在 キタヒョウガエル the darkness arrives on a thousand legs . . . cosmic caterpillar Highly Commended New Zealand Poetry Society International Competition 2021 暗闇 千本足で到着 宇宙の毛虫 outdoor wedding an unexpected flurry of cabbage whites Haiku Laureate Award Hexapod Haiku Contest 2021 屋外の結婚式 思いがけなく突風のように舞い込む モンシロチョウ a split keel only these waves of grass Honourable Mention Bloodroot Haiku Award 2021 スプリットキール（破れた竜骨弁） これらの波だけ 草の frigid weather a red rose shatters on impact Editor's Choice Cattails, April 2021 極寒の天気 赤いバラが粉々に 衝撃で rebuilt homes fire poppies blaze on the hillside Honourable Mention Capstone International Center Sakura Haiku Contest 2021 再建された家 ファイアポピーが燃える 丘の中腹に north winds roll snowballs across empty pasturelands . . . I let the dough rest Honourable Mention Kiyoshi and Kiyoko Tokutomi Haiku Contest 2021 北風が雪玉を転がす 空の牧草地を横切って 生地を休ませる ― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta
you teach me how
to film the wind
10th Setouchi-Matsuyama International Photo-Haiku Contest 2021
Fata Morgana the (in)visibility of my (dis)ability
Marlene Mountain Monoku Contest 2021
Debbie Strange makes small poems, music, photographs, and art in Winnipeg, the heart of the Canadian prairies.
She has a deep reverence for nature, and her creative passions connect her more closely to the world and to herself.
A publication and awards archive, reviews of her books, and hundreds of haiga and artworks may be accessed at: https://debbiemstrange.blogspot.com/
7 thoughts on “World Haiku Series (10) Haiku by Debbie Strange”
It’s wonderful to see you here. You never fail to amaze me. Thank you once again.
Thanks so much for your lovely comment, Jo, and for your translations, dear Hidenori Hiruta. This series is a huge undertaking, and I’m grateful to be included. I appreciate being part of the Akita community of poets! Wishing you a happy, healthy, and peaceful festive season, and a new year bright with promise!
Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
#Haiku Happenings #5: Hidenori Hiruta presents haiku and #haiga by Debbie Strange!
Cannot pick a favorite – all much enjoyed. And the artwork is beautiful.
Reblogged this on Christina Chin Haiku and commented:
Hidenori Hiruta uploaded haiku by Debbie Strange.
Thank you for this brilliant collection! Each one is exquisite.
Thank you all for your lovely comments. It is always an honour to appear in this outstanding initiative. A deep bow to Hidenori Hiruta for his translations and commitment to spreading haiku joy around the world. Happy New Year, everyone, and thank you for shining your light!