World Haiku Series 2021 (69) Haiku by Angiola Inglese

intensive care
remembering softly
our song 
 
terapia intensiva
ricordando sottovoce 
la nostra canzone  
 
 3° posto al Concorso Radmila Bogojevic  2021

集中治療
そっと覚えている
私たちの歌を
-----------------------------------------
so close
the midnight train-
north wind

così vicino 
il treno di mezzanotte-
vento da nord

COLD MOON JOURNAL  september 2021

とても近い
真夜中の電車
北風
----------------------------------------
winter evening -
a trip whit the moon
from east to west
 
sera d’inverno
viaggiando con la luna 
da est a ovest 
 
COLD MOON JOURNAL  october  2021

冬の夜
月との旅
東から西へ
-----------------------------------------
moonlight 
on my hand 
a mantis
 
chiaro di luna 
sulla mia mano
una mantide
 
COLD MOON JOURNAL december  2021

月光
私の手に
カマキリ
-----------------------------------------
plum blossom
a restless woman
under the moon
 
fiori di pruno-
una donna inquieta 
sotto la luna 

THE MAINICHI  21.05.2021  

梅の花
落ち着きのない女性
月の下
-----------------------------------------
in a glass
the shape of the water …
cut roses
 
in un bicchiere
la forma dell’acqua …
rosa recisa

POETRY PEA August  2021

ガラスの中で
水の形
切ったバラ
-----------------------------------------
round pumpkin- 
my mother's 
steady hand
 
zucca rotonda
la mano ferma 
di mia madre 

POETRY PEA  September 2021

丸いカボチャ
私の母の
安定した手
-----------------------------------------
the cold wind -
let's breathe
the last rose

il vento freddo-
andiamo a respirare
l’ultima rosa

ZEN SPACE   2021

冷たい風
呼吸しましょう
最後のバラ
-----------------------------------------
sowing garlic –
head turned
to the moon
 
semina dell'aglio-
la testa rivolta
verso la luna

WORLD HAIKU REVIEW  August 2021  section of merit 

ニンニクの種まき
頭を向けた
月へ
-----------------------------------------
bee sting-
on my aching hand
fresh ginger
 
puntura d’ape –
sulla mia mano dolente 
zenzero fresco 
 
BRASS BELL novembre 2021
 
ハチに刺され
痛む手に
生姜

― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta

Photos presented by Ms. Angiola Inglese

Bio:

   Angiola Inglese was born in Santa Margherita Ligure, near Genoa, and she spent many years in the Venetian countryside, in a house with a vegetable garden and a garden: after teaching mathematics at the middle school she is now retired and has returned to the sea.
   For some years she has been passionate about haiku, she started reading classical authors, attracted by the brevity and rhythm of the lines: a photograph in verse.
   In haiku she finds the possibility of translating the wonder of nature and the daily reality of her garden and her sea into a few syllables.

One thought on “World Haiku Series 2021 (69) Haiku by Angiola Inglese

  1. Particularly enjoyed “plum blossom” haiku, and “the shape of the water” image. Thank you for the lovely read, and photographs.

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