Haiku in English and German

 

lingering snow . . .
my shadow shivers
on the stream

 

verweilender Schnee …
mein Schatten fröstelt
auf dem Bach

 

 

scent of rain . . .
gulls pull the clouds
across the lake

 

Regengeruch …
Möwen ziehen die Wolken
über den See

 

 

morning chill –
a chiffchaff
brings in the spring

 

Morgenkühle —
ein Zilpzalp
bringt den Frühling mit sich

 

© Martha Magenta

 

Chrysanthemum 23, April 2018

http://www.chrysanthemum-haiku.net/media/Chrysanthemum_23.pdf
http://www.chrysanthemum-haiku.net/en/current-issue.html

 

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About marthamagenta

Martha Magenta lives in Bristol, England, UK. Her haiku, haibun, senryu, and tanka have appeared in a number of journals, magazines, and anthologies. She was awarded Honourable Mentions for her haiku in The Fifth Annual Peggy Willis Lyles Haiku Awards, 2017, and the 71st Basho Memorial English Haiku Contest, 2017, and for her tanka in UHTS “Fleeting Words” Tanka Contest 2017. She is listed on The European Top 100 haiku authors, 2017. https://marthamagenta.com/
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4 Responses to Haiku in English and German

  1. Juan says:

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    • Thank you Gay. I’m glad you enjoyed the haiku. I am not sure to which information you refer. If it is the German translation, the haiku journal Chrysanthemum does the translations.

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