第3回山寺芭蕉記念館英語俳句大会、第4部 投句一覧 The 3rd Yamadera Bash#333; Memorial Museum English Haiku Contest, :山寺芭蕉記念館_Yamadera Basho Museum

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第3回山寺芭蕉記念館英語俳句大会、第4部 投句一覧 The 3rd Yamadera Bash#333; Memorial Museum English Haiku Contest,
第3回山寺芭蕉記念館英語俳句大会、第4部投句一覧
The 3rd Yamadera Bashō Memorial Museum English Haiku Contest,
Division 4 Haiku Submissions

Division 4: Non-Japanese
第4部: 外国人

Participants: 47 Haiku submissions: 91
(参加者数:47人 投句数:91句)


4001
flock of corellas
a cumulus cloud takes in
their screeching

crocodiles doze
in blazing sunshine-
drone of a fly
John Bird (Australia)


4002
wisps of mist
wander the plain...
poems of old

all the kids’ clothes
on the bedroom floor
cherry blossoms
Greg Piko (Australia)


4003
autumn wind...
nothing holds still
under a swift-traveling sun

Peggy Heinrich (USA)


4004
...and there’s the first light
reflecting what’s on your mind
haiku or senryu?

a thousand cranes
networking for Japan
after tsunami
Ernesto P. Santiago (Philippines)


4005
my shadow and I
beneath the harvest moon
a party for three

white sakura ...
she squeezes my hand
and sighs
Chen-ou Liu (Canada)


4006
helicopter -
a rescuer’s hands cover
the small boy’s ears

after the flowers
all the shades
of green
Beverley George (Australia)


4007
all I’ve forgotten...
goose feathers
at the water’s edge

lonely star
in the darkness
a cricket’s silence
John Hawk (USA)


4008
forest clearing -
the dragonfly disappears
into shade

driftwood
ants struggle from sand
back to sand
Nathalie Buckland (Australia)


4009
the strenuous thrust
of the moon through horizon
quickly it rises

fluffy clouds floating
in blue of the floodwaters
tsunami havoc
Quendryth Young (Australia)


4010
Yamagata-ben 山形べん
Yamagata-ben: Two years in Sagae
But I still don’t understand
山形べん:寒河江に二年間に住んでいましたのに分かりません

June’s Bounty Fresh cherries abound Flowers blooming all around
Treasures from the ground
6月の豊富新鮮なさくらんぼ花が咲いています土の宝
Alexander “Sandy” Gibson (Canada)


4011
autumn skies
a sudden shower
of red maple

heading north
the scent of woodsmoke
on my clothes
David Terelinck (Australia)


4012
butterfly wings --
painting with the light
from a rising sun

after the fatal flood
the Jacaranda’s purple
saturated in birdsong
Ron C. Moss (Australia)


4013
my memories
more often stop by
my grandpa’s house

erased horizon line
the sky became the sea
the sea in the sky
Tonka Lovric (Croatia)


4014
Gassan Road
Deep frozen bunker
Trees bow under snow’s embrace
Strong, sacred burden

Crows of Kajjo Park (March 11th)
Dark chorus chanting
Ground shivering, voices grow
Fear muffled by snow
Erik Bergs (USA)


4015
coming of summer...
above the haystacks
a corncrake calls

moonlight shimmers...
trapped puddles
on these leaves of gold
Barbara A. Taylor (Australia)


4016
overseas postcard
a wisteria’s loose tendril
gropes the air

in Yamadera
a mosquito finds my arm
just like home
Helen Davison (Australia)


4017
winter light -
a tomtit darts
into the thicket

tea stains
on the tatami mat
mistle thrush
André Surridge (New Zealand)


4018
narrow desert gorge-
cliffs of sandstone shape
the darkness

the final journey-
her ashes eddy
downstream
Pamela Smith (Australia)


4019
deep down the earth shakes
tsunami power rages
fukushima weeps

tsunami spirit
woken by deep shaking earth
nihon mourns great loss
Dennis Scanlon (Australia)


4020
soft breeze
high in the bamboo
shakuhachi flute
Margaret Conley (Australia)


4021
equinox
wind chimes and white
cockatoos

Hojin-no-ie
Basho’s straw sandals
unlaced
Margaret L. Grace (Australia)


4022
Basho’s renovated home-
the same stars shine
in the old pond

The old pond...
listening to the echo
of Basho’s frog
Vasile Moldovan (Romania)


4023
on the table
white anemones silence
the open letter

piercing snow melt
at the foot of her bare rose
purple heartsease
John Parsons (UK)


4024
autumn dawn〜
in the west a pink tinge
of rainbow

first sun
on the rocky outcrop
a tiger-snake skin
Rodney Williams (Australia)


4025
bitter cold::
a shriveled apple core
on her gravestone

midnight::
a meteor shrieking
toward earth
Timothy Russell (USA)


4026
Autumn paddock -
the old horse is gone - fluttering
on fence wire strands of her hair

Salamanca market -
with sounds of a koto player and
a bagpiper calling us in
Jenny Barnard (Australia)

4027
fallen magnolia -
I swab my agéd mother’s
bruised white stomach

alone at dusk
watching lorikeets roost
pair by pair by pair
Lesley Walter (Australia)


4028
magnolia petal
drifting through gentle rain
the wind chime silent

calm before the storm
the weeping cherry bowed
beneath a sombre sky
Cynthia Rowe (Australia)


4029
so soon
after winter solstice
the first jonquil

deepening dusk -
into the lake’s stillness
the plop of a fish
Beatrice Yell (Australia)


4030
Dark skies fall
As white mountains rise
 My new world vanishes

Velocious and blind
 Fleeting like my heart
 I can catch the air
Johnny McDowell (UK)


4031
my heel spur lands
 on the cold hardwood floor--
 a grackle cries out

this floating world--
 a teeming puddle
      on the pool cover
Scott Mason (USA)

4032
moss
 on stone lantern -
 light enough

incense
 for unknown warriors -
 snatched by the wind
Michael Thorley (Australia)


4033
the young widow
 lies in bed listening
      to the rain

      summer scent
  spots of rain patter
  a dusty road
Barbara Fisher (Australia)


4034
harvest festival
 on every street people
      gather themselves

old cemetery
 one stone lantern hums
       with bees
Earl R. Keener (USA)


4035
watering his flower garden
 my neighbour waves at me
      with a Japanese rose
Verica Živković (Serbia)


4036
the math lesson;
 seven times seven equals
       ENTER

the naked dancer-
 slender marble sculpture
 wet from the rain
Krzysztof Kotot (Poland)


4037
The last leaf descends.  Will he be here when it lands?  Chance winds delay fate.     最後の葉が落ちている。
          地面に着く時に彼はいるかな。
          思いがけない風は運命を遅らせる。

Nice day to dry clothes...  The year’s first spider appears!  I’ll hang them inside. 服を乾くために、いい天気。
           年の最初のクモが現れる!
           中で服をかける。
       Jennifer Francis (USA)


4038
Good morning
 Breeze through the window
 walls reflecting rays of sun
 waking up in spring.

 Our Daughter
       Belly growing round
  Feeling the first kicks of life
  growing family.
Yume Melbourne (USA)

4039
glare
 blind passes indifferently
      sunglasses vendor

poppy petal
 shrunken
 a network of wrinkles
Urszula Wielanowska (Poland)

4040
Trickles from the snow.
 Fickle is the sky’s temper,
      Lost as it bellows.

Humbly hums the bee.
 Sunlight flowers are plenty.
 Run! It comes at me.
William Kennedy (UK)

4041
too much snow
 in the yard today – plus:
       a snowman

a hunter’s shot
 cuts off the arrow
 of wild geese
Dragan J. Ristic (Serbia)

4042
fading light...
 just one bowl of soup
       on the kitchen table

estuary sunset
 the black swan settles
 on her nest
Vanessa Proctor (Australia)


4043
Ignorance is bliss.
 At least it is for a bit.
      Then you go to school.

I have bought a snack.
 Oh look a doggy is here!
 Where is my cookie?
Ryan Reames (USA)


4044
cold morning
 kitten’s tongue outstretched
      tasting snowflakes

rain kissed blossom
 winded from the bough
 petals slowly fall
Kevin Goldstein-Jackson (UK)

4045
the distance
 between third & home
      dandelions

winter sun
 on the windowsill
 a green pear
Sandra Simpson (New Zealand)


4046
dawn full of petals
 spring breeze caresses
      an empty nest

July thunder
 meeting the hot asphalt
 first raindrops sizzle
Boris Nazansky (Croatia)

4047
chiseled gravestone
 wild lilies shroud
      father’s name

flying solo
 calendar page blue
 hummingbird
Roberta Beary (USA)

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