Category Archives: Haiku Poem

ネブラスカ便り

Collaborative Haiku Poem – 氷結 arctic air ice-covered trees one degree Fahrenheit (Yoko version) 北極風木々は氷結華氏一度 ほっきょく ふう きぎ は ひょうけつ かし いちど shining trees wear ice costume in the garden (Michiko version) 庭の木々氷の衣装着て光る にわ の きぎ こおり の いしょう きて ひかる One morning, it … Continue reading

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Haiku Poem – 子猫

little ball of fur all day boundless energy our Kareen (Jim Woodhull) 噛むばかりあちこち走るかりんちゃん かむ ばかり あちこち はしる かりん ちゃん In my apartment, my wife and I are not allowed to have pets. We have always had one or two cats and also … Continue reading

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Haiku Poem – 秋のお土産

fall leaves vacuum truck arrives winter clean (Ben Clark) 秋土産冬のトラック落ち葉吸う あき みやげ ふゆ の トラック おちば すう I went home for Christmas and saw a special kind of truck. This truck sucks up fallen leaves. Since so many leaves fall from the … Continue reading

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Haiku Poem – 職場のロビー

flag beckons tree springs forth firm handshake (Ben Clark) 国旗振る上昇する木握手時 こっき ふる じょうしょうする き あくしゅ どき Christmas Day is a holiday in the United States. So, it is normal to see Christmas things in government buildings during the holiday time. In the … Continue reading

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ネブラスカ便り

Collaborative Haiku Poem – 門松 fresh wreath green of kadomatsu New Year celebration (Yoko version) 門松の緑求めてリース買い かどまつ の みどり もとめて リースかい accept gladly long lasting happiness the new year decoration (Michiko version) 新年を迎える門に永久の幸 しんねん を むかえる かど に とわ の さち Until 4 or … Continue reading

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Haiku Poem – ケワロ湾の波

empty bouncing boats winds race along the shore No Santa (Jim Woodhull) 強い風空のボートサンタなし つよい かぜ から の ボート サンタ なし In Hawaii, the busiest days of the year are the day before and after Christmas and of course Christmas. Unfortunately, during this … Continue reading

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Haiku Poem – から揚げと焼き飯

fried rice seasonal colors mix edible gift (Ben Clark) 焼き飯やクリスマス色プレゼント やきめしや クリスマス いろ プレゼント I traveled to Iowa for Christmas. Instead of eating only American food, I decided to cook some fried rice and chicken karaage. First, I cut up broccoli, carrots … Continue reading

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