Haiku Poem – コナのサンゴと魚

crystal clear ocean
fish and coral traffic jam
diving in Kona

(Jim Woodhull)
珊瑚礁見回る魚コナの海
さんごしょう みまわる さかな コナ の うみ

Recently I went to Kona on the island of Hawaii for a scuba diving job. In the area of Kona the ocean is almost always very calm which means that there is much more coral than on any of the other islands. The waters are almost always very clear and along with the beautiful coral there is always an abundance of many types of fish. There are some fish that are regularly found in the Koan waters but very rare on the other islands. I am always very happy to get the chance to dive in Kona.   

 最近、私はスキューバダイビングの仕事でハワイ島のコナへ行きました。コナの海は、いつも穏やかです。つまり、他のどの島よりもはるかに多くのサンゴが生息しています。水は、澄んでいて、美しいサンゴと一緒にいろいろな種類の魚が豊富にいます。他の島では滅多に見られない魚をコナの海ではしょっちゅう見ることができます。コナでスキューバダイビングの仕事があれば、私はいつも幸せです。

Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Jim Woodhull
– Japanese by Jim Woodhull and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Jim
Honolulu, Hawaii ハワイ州オアフ島ホノルル
ジムさんはハワイ島コナの海で仕事をしてきました。
スカイプで話しながらハイクポエムを作っています。
(編集長 美智子)

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