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yorukamome [userpic]
"beach haiku" ・「海辺俳句」

I've been very silent, I know - well, I'm going to have lots to post and say (hopefully, new works as well) and autumn is
probably the rightest time to...for now, here you are some 「海辺俳句」, "beach haiku": the first one, after the kindest
gift of an excellent green tea coming from the hands of the even more excellent sakuo sensei:

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「kuchibiru ya ・ tsukiyo ni amaki ・ tomo no o cha」
my friend’s tea, sweet to my mouth under this moonlight 

as for the other ones, well...I don't know exactly the reason for I wrote them in such a mood - maybe the simple summer ending, maybe
my new way of life begins to show its effects on my mind and soul - who can say?, I myself am still mumbleing about!...anyway, voilà:

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「natsu no gogo ・ nusunda ai no ・ kangae wa」
summer afternoon - a thought of stolen love

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「koi no yume ・ hitotsu ga owaru ・ natsu yogoto」
every summer night, a dream of love gets to its end.

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「natsu yoru no ・ saigo no hikari ・ iso niou」
...a summer night’s salt-scented last light...


「natsu hikari ・ warai no toki ni ・ toshi o totte」
summer light, gets older in the time of a smile.

obviously (as usual) my nihongo needed billions corrections and re-writings, so thanks once again to sakuo sensei for his sudden
and extremely kind help...anyway, this is how I felt to express myself and my world along these strange, lazy, thoughtful summer
days - this time, more than ever, your comments are absolutely, needingly, deepfriendly welcome.


It was well worth the wait.
Great photos and elegant haiku. I particularly like the simplicity of 'summer afternoon - a thought of stolen love'.
That feeling is so common but rarely expressed.
What a nice way for me to start my Sunday, reading all these haiku from yourself, Andrea and Lera. There must be something in the Italian air this weekend!

you only allow me to say THANKS, THANKS...I've been often (although not lately)
visiting your pages, but you don't seem to post so often: I'm sure, as it was
before, that I too would have to express absolutely similar compliments, because
of absolutely similar reasons - and, it is nice for me as well to come online and
be told "you made my day better"...: THANK YOU!