Haiku Poem – ホワイトハウス

target near
walk down street
white house

japan garden
rabbit crosses over
radish field

(Ben version)
もくてきち あるき まわった しろい いえ

にちべい を だいこん つなぐ しろうさぎ

(Michiko version)
めのまえ に ホワイトハウス もくてきち

うさぎさん だいこんばたけ で つなぐ にわ

On the 15th of September, I decided to go into Washington D.C. to look for the Japan America Society headquarters. The headquarters also includes the local society called the Japan America Society of Washington D.C.. I went to the train station near where I live in Virginia and took the train to Washington D.C.. Then, I went for a walk and found the building for the Japan America Society. After that, I realized that the building was just north of the White House. Since it was very close, I decided to walk to see the White House. When I got there, I found a small park with lots of people that were taking pictures of the White House. I decided that I should also take a picture. Unfortunately, it was so hot that day that I had no energy to smile, but I still got a photo.


Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Ben Clark
– Japanese by Ben Clark and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Ben
Washington D.C
ベン クラークさんはワシントンD.C.に行ってきました
(編集長 美智子)

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