Thursday, April 17, 2014

winter night--
the beggar murmuring
to its shivering
                                            Winternacht —
                                            der Bettler murmelt
                                            in ihr Frösteln

Chrysanthemum 15, April 2014 (Ed.Beate Conrad)

http://www.bregengemme.net/chrysanthemum/media/Chrysanthemum_15.pdf

Saturday, April 5, 2014

winter soup–
I remember the way
my grandmother hums

冬のスープ-
私は覚えている
おばあちゃんのハミングの仕方を
Akita - the land of Poetry, 2nd Japan-Russia Haiku Contest

http://akitahaiku.com/

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

grandma's home--
my childhood plays
at every corner

Sharpening the Green Pencil Anthology, 2014
http://sharpeningthegreenpencil.blogspot.in/p/2014.html

Monday, March 31, 2014

distant waves
the sound creates
my own ocean

Chrysanthemum 14 , October 2013

“The Blue Riband of the Atlantic”, Per Diem Archive , R. Broker (Guest Editor) The Haiku Foundation, March 2014
http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/per-diem-archive-details/?IDcat=283
Reasoning the Reality

The curve of backbone
Reflects the bitter identity
Through the thinnest shrunken skin.
The deepened tender eye balls
Roll in hunger
In search of the drops of hope
From the hanging clouds.
Her soft fingers comb over her daughters
Scripting the versification of life.
The scarcity of humanism
Epicenters  the  tragic social quake.
As undistinguished part of breath,
The death takes birth before the life.


Wordgathering, Vol.8, Issue 1, March 2014 (Ed. Michael Northen)
http://www.wordgathering.com/issue29/poetry/poetry29.html

Saturday, March 29, 2014

3/30 prompt: footprint (wonderful "footprint" haiku by Pravat Kumar Padhy: )
rainstorm --
a lonely pigeon's
heavy footprints
Writers & Lovers Cafe: Fall 2013, p.19.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/270112193143675/293704294117798/?notif_t=group_activity

Monday, March 17, 2014

Atlas Poetica 17, Spring Issue 2014

Atlas Poetica 17 focuses on urban and French tanka. Our urban special feature (available on the website) received an extraordinary number of submissions, many of which spilled over to contribute to the current issue. In addition, we are pleased to have information about French tanka written by Janick Belleau and translated by Maxianne Berger. The history of French tanka in French and English expands our understanding of tanka around the world. 

Contributors:

Alexis Rotella, Alhama Garcia, Amelia Fielden, Andrea J. Hargrove, Barbara A. Taylor, Beau Boudreaux, Bob Lucky, Brendan Slater, Brian Zimmer, Britton Gildersleeve, Bruce England, Carole Harrison, Carole Johnston, Claire Everett, Đ. V. Rožić, Dawn Bruce, Debbie Strange, Deborah Kolodji, Diana Teneva, Eamonn O’Neill, Ernesto P. Santiago, Fiona Tsang, Flor de te, Frank Watson, Genie Nakano, Gerry Jacobson, Grunge, Hristina Pandjaridis, Janet Lynn Davis, Janick Belleau, Jenny Ward Angyal, Joan-Dianne Smith, Joann Grisetti, Joanne Morcom, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Josette Frankel, Joy McCall, Kelly Belmonte, Kath Abela Wilson, Ken Slaughter, LeRoy Gorman, Liz Moura, M. Kei, Magdalena Dale, Margaret Owen Ruckert, Marilyn Humbert, Mary Hind, Matsukaze, Matthew Caretti, Maxianne Berger, Mel Goldberg, Michelle Brock, Patricia Prime, Paul Mercken, Peter Fiore, Pravat Kumar Padhy, Ramesh Anand, Randy Brooks, Richard St. Clair, Roary Williams, Rodney Williams, Roman Lyakhovetsky, Sanford Goldstein, Seánan Forbes, Sergio Ortiz, Sonam Chhoki, Stacey Dye, Susan Burch, Susan Constable, Sylvia Forges-Ryan, Terri L. French, Tess Driver, Toki, Tomáš Madaras, Vasile Moldovan, Violette Rose-Jones.