World Haiku Series 2021 (32) Haiku by Maria Concetta Conti

spreading spores
the nothingness
of my empty days

胞子を広げる
私のむなしい日
何もない

springtime
someone asks me
about loneliness

World Haiku Review -August 2021

春
誰かが私に尋ねる
孤独について

april breeze 
those missing parts 
of my memories 

Kukai italiano- Spring 2021

4月のそよ風
私の思い出の
欠けている部分

her dancing 
what mysteries 
the sky holds

彼女のダンス
どんな謎を
空は持っているの

more promising 
than flowers 
late winter sun

Chrysanthemum N. 29. April 2021

花より
有望
晩冬の太陽

between 
my world and yours
a gravestone 

Wales haiku Journal 
winter 2021

私の世界とあなたの世界の
間に
墓石

winter apples 
the recollection 
of a dream

Stardust Haiku- February 2021

冬のリンゴ
夢の
回想

not thinking
about anything
the snowy volcano

Cold Moon Journal- March 2021

考えていない
何事も
雪に覆われた火山

wedding anniversary 
the way moonlight 
hits this spot 

Cattailis Journal- Autumn 2021

結婚記念日
月光がこのスポットに
当たるあたり

a bridal dress
how many stars
this night 

The Bamboohut Journal- October 2021

ブライダルドレス
星の数はいくつ
今夜

― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta

Here are 4 photos presented by Ms. Maria Concetta Conti.

Bio:

Maria Concetta Conti lives in Catania, where she graduated in Philosophy. She teaches Italian literature in a Secondary school. 
Her work has appeared in Otata, Autumn Moon, Haikuniverse, Human Kind Journal, Harusame, Crysanthemumn, Femkumag, World Haiku Review,Mamba, Stardust., Failed Haiku, Crysanthemum, Cattailis, Memorie di una geisha, Le Lumachine, Cattailis Harusame, Charlotte Digregorio blog, Poeme de primavera, Cold Moon Journal, Tsuridoro Journal, Mainichi, Bamboohut Journal , Under The Bashō, Haiku Column anthology, Haiga Journey by Ion Codrescu.
She also released a book of haiku with her students “ Risate e sogni- Haiku in classe”. 

2 thoughts on “World Haiku Series 2021 (32) Haiku by Maria Concetta Conti

  1. Maria, congratulations!

    here both marriage and marriage give inspiration. I’ll write some haiku,
    because it’s been 50 years. Silver feast this year.
    It’s not always nice. We have to take care of that.
    Pictures is also beautiful!
    Good luck in writing!

  2. Enjoyed them all! Keep going back to the “wedding anniversary” — love the understatement that allows to see this haiku in so many ways.

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