World Haiku Series 2022 (5) Haiku by Alex Malley (Belarus)

восеньскі дождж

не раскажаш пра ўсё

і жонцы

autumn rain

can’t tell about everything

even to wife

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кароткае перамір’е

месца, дзе ляжаў камень

запаўняе вада

short truce

the place where the stone lay

filled with water

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вечаровы электравік

прабіваецца восеньскі лес

скрозь мой твар

evening train

the autumn forest sprouts

through my face

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часам словы губляюць сэнс

мая замытая футболка

на ёй

words lose their meaning

she’s wearing my

washed-out T-shirt

********************************

абляцелы клён

кінуў на дно фантана

і сваю манетку 

overflown maple

to the bottom of the fountain

also threw a coin 

********************************

быццам можна яшчэ

перапісаць усё начыста

першы вясновы снег

as if we can still

rewrite everything clearly

the first spring snowfall

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немаўля ў вазку

пад шоргат лісця

і я бы спаў

baby in a stroller

to the rustle of leaves and I 

would have fallen asleep

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пырхнуў…

ледзь цёплыя кончыкі

палявой травы

flew away …

slightly warm tips

of field grass

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гучней з кожным днём

па знаёмай сцяжынцы

шуршу наўздагад

louder every day

on the familiar path

I rustle at random

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Alex Malley is from Miensk, Belarus.

He is 44 years old.

He has been writing haiku since January 2020, and he is glad to present his poems for this project.

One thought on “World Haiku Series 2022 (5) Haiku by Alex Malley (Belarus)

  1. Yet
    a step forward,
    in the path of my heart:
    the beauty of Poetry will be Freedom inside this Sky!

    ©Francesco Favetta

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