Monday, 30 April 2012

haiku op. 297

the bus of spring
rounds the corner
slowly and calmly

haiku op. 296

spring wind's blown
the underground city

haiku op. 295

the stillness
in the crowd,
looking up at the spring sky

haiku op. 294

each time 
a metro arrives
spring girls pour out

Sunday, 29 April 2012

haiku op. 293

each time
a metro's arrived
spring wind

Saturday, 28 April 2012

poetic fragments op. 36

i'm lost
before the sun clock.
the best is always
the language of roses.
i hear it
in the sound
of the flowers' fall-in themselves.

everything's nothing,
nothing's everything.

Thursday, 26 April 2012

haiku op. 292

spring stars,
one of them, the earth

Saturday, 14 April 2012

poetic fragments 35

some petals
or light particles
in the breeze.
who was i ?
free from
shapes and colours,
i'm now the breeze
outside words.

Haiku op. 291

spring rain
in the night
a ladyboy's giggling

Haiku op. 290

cherry blossoms
over the parapet

Friday, 13 April 2012

poetic fragments 34

the cherry tree
has passed by
various people.
chances to move,
chances to talk
in full bloom.

it abides in prewords
when no one sees it.

Thursday, 12 April 2012

Haiku op. 289

an old boy
staring down at
spring trans

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Haiku op. 288

end the man

full bloom

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Haiku op. 287

a morning mocha -
early spring taste
in it

Haiku op. 286

on the quiet bench
in early spring
a homeless man

Haiku op. 285

a rolling waste can
on the platform

spring moon

Haiku op. 284

various lives
passing by 
the cherry blossoms

Haiku op. 283

women's angry eyes
men's mute mouths
in the spring night

Haiku op. 282

no one in the town
without pets

spring moon

Haiku op. 281

return to darkness
prefer spring darkness

Haiku op. 280

the night cherry blossoms―
the timbre
of an invisible flute

Haiku op. 279

make spring wind
for railfans

Haiku op. 278

full moon
full bloom