Haiku Poem – 秋の始まり

empty beaches
outer islands call my name
summer is over

(Jim version)
あき の ひま なみ の おと くる ながい よる

あき の ひま となり の しま に なつ きゅうか

(Michiko version)
なつ すぎて ハワイ の ひと の ミニ きゅうか

September is now here and for many people summer is now over. All the schools are now in session and the beaches are much more quiet as the local population here in Hawaii are either back to school or back to work. During the week the people on the beach will mainly be people on vacation who waited after the summer to come to Hawaii. Hotels and various travel agencies have great deals for Hawaii residents to travel to the other islands. Going during the week can be done at a very good price. This will continue until the Thanksgiving holiday in November.


Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Jim Woodhull
– Japanese by Jim Woodhull and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Jim
Honolulu, Hawaii
(編集 長美智子)

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