среда, 19. март 2014.

Never Ending Story

Лептир сан: Венчање Хаику од Татјана Дебељачки

English Original

the wedding
in the Old Town
murmur of the river

Asahi Haikuist Network, January 6, 2012

Tatiana Debeljacki


Chinese Translation (Traditional)

在舊城
舉行的婚禮
河流私語
  
Chinese Translation (Simplified)

在旧城
举行的婚礼
河流私语


Bio Sketch

Tatjana Debeljacki writes poetry, short stories, and haiku. She is a member of the Association of Writers of Serbia -UKS (since 2004) and the Haiku Society of Serbia. She is the deputy editor of Diogen and the editor of Poeta. She has four books of poetry published by Hammer & Anvil Books.

четвртак, 06. март 2014.

“Les éditeurs électroniques de lettres outré”

A House Made of Glass
poetry from Serbia
A HOUSE MADE OF GLASS is an intimate exploration of the senses and the sensual, wrought in the spare yet passionate verbal landscapes that have brought international acclaim to its author, Serbian poet Tatjana Debeljački. Each poem appears in its original Serbian form as well as in English translation: Poetry lovers in both languages will delight in this unique collection from Hammer & Anvil Books, “Les éditeurs électroniques de lettres outré” ..

петак, 28. фебруар 2014.

CREATRIX #24 HAIKU – MARCH 2014

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HAIKU JOURNAL
02.27.2014
CREATRIX #24 HAIKU –
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MARCH 2014
Categories: Haiku
Selectors: Amanda Joy, Meryl Manoy, Rose van Son & Gary De Piazzi

Contributors:
Martin Pedersen
Tatjana Debeljački
Gary Colombo De Piazzi
Jesus Chameleon
Jan Napier
Peter O’Malley
Jackson
Paresh Tiwari
Jayashree Maniyil
Graeme Butler
Ramesh Anand
Meryl Manoy
Duncan Richardson
Myron Lysenko
Shloka Shankar
Tash Adams
Rose van Son
Vinay Ravindranath
Angelee Deodhar




forest night –
I go in deeper

Martin Pedersen
_____________________


in shade
grandpa is sipping green tea
grafting fruit trees

an old woman
warming herself by the fireplace
white rooftops

Tatjana Debeljački, Užice, Serbia
_____________________


hunger
the bone gnawed
all day

weeping willow
strands of hair
hide her tears

cracked window
two sides to a view

raindrops all day
stones on my roof

Gary Colombo De Piazzi
_____________________


feral cat –
trees cast a shadow

Jesus Chameleon, the Marianas. 
_____________________


forty three degrees
even the Fremantle doctor
has died

Jan Napier
_____________________


high speed katydids
rev up in the August night –
heat wave doesn’t stop

Peter O’Malley. New Jersey USA
_____________________


between two clouds
a wet bird
spreads its wings

Jackson
_____________________


tea garden –
we pluck out two leaves
worth of memories

dwindling lake –
an egret turns her gaze
to the sky

distant howl –
night closes in
tree by tree,

spring evening
inked on her ankle
cherry blossoms

mountain road –
we drive past the sun
on hairpin bends

Paresh Tiwari
_____________________


fast train –
the cry of seagulls
before and after

Jayashree Maniyil
_____________________


Splendid Wren
on barbed wire fence
my sapphire ring

Graeme Butler
_____________________


cut off kite
the sound of children
fading with it

first light
last night’s rain
cupped in a mushroom

Ramesh Anand
_____________________


bush walk
surrounded by bird song
cyclist whistles past

blue sky
clouds drift by
gibbous moon

windswept
she sweeps leaves
her hair blown

courting couple
pink and grey galahs
step in tandem

Meryl Manoy
_____________________


dung beetle workshop
gathering
information

sailing under the bridge
on a seed pod
- blue dragonfly

Japanese garden
fruit bats and tourists
chatter

old enemies help
each other go around
the pill box

Duncan Richardson
_____________________


fallen rocks –
the eel glides under
a duck

lighthouse
they marry on the edge
of a cliff

Myron Lysenko
_____________________


summer sky –
our fluttering kites
battle it out

blackout ­–
we sit on the porch
counting stars

Shloka Shankar, Bangalore, India
_____________________


morning service
movement of hands
at the coffee machine

Tash Adams
_____________________


herringbone stitch
bird feet in the sand

dusk
the silver river below
the charcoal sky

inside a windflower
a new summer’s day

Rose van Son
_____________________


unopened crayons
he presents a painting
of spilt milk

black coffee –
tonight I sip
the full moon

Vinay Ravindranath. Bangalore, India.
_____________________


railway mosque –
a flash of blue
a kingfisher takes off

neck deep in wheat fields
peacocks pick their way
through pools of mud

Angelee Deodhar, India
_____________________

субота, 15. фебруар 2014.

http://haikusansaar.blogspot.com/




Tatjana Debeljacki




cruising
over the moon’s seas
salty air

यात्रा कर रहे
चन्द्रमा के समुद्र पर
नमकीन हवा




dandelion fields
at the edge the hot sand
the moon is the beacon

डेन्डीलायन के खेत
गर्म रेत के किनारे पर
चंद्रमा दीप-स्तम्भ है




the eagle flies
the salmon in the stream
the full moon rises

चील उड़ रही
नदी में सालमन मछलियाँ हैं
पूर्ण चाँद उग रहा



In the clear night
shining in the moonlight
a forest orchestra

साफ रात्रि में
चमक रहा चांदनी में
जंगल का ऑरकेस्टरा




An old woman
Warming herself by the fireplace.
White rooftops

एक बुढ़िया
अंगीठी सेक रही
सफेद छतें

Tatjana Debeljacki, Uzice, Serbia

петак, 07. фебруар 2014.

субота, 25. јануар 2014.

Results - The Indian Kukai #3 , January 2014


Thursday, January 23, 2014


Results - The Indian Kukai #3 , 

January 2014 - Theme "Scent/fragrance"




First place, Entry #14, 28 points

14
mother’s scarf
a toddler wraps himself
in the fragrance

Ajaya Mahala, Pune, India

(10,6,2 =28)

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Second place, Entry #15, 22 points

15
petal memories
pressed between pages…
scent of summer

Carole Harrison,Jamberoo, Australia

 (7,3,3 = 22)



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Third place, Entry #21, 21 points

21
wind blown snow…
the fragrance of basmati
as I open the door

Sheila Windsor, Bexhill-on-sea, England

(6,3,3 =21)
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Fourth place, Entry # 51,19 points

51
fish market -
on the seller's shirt
"Old Spice"

Krzysztof Kokot, Nowy Targ, Poland

(7,3,2 =19)

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Fifth place, Entry #53, 18 points

53
rubbing sandalwood —
how easily he fills
my mind

Jayashree Maniyil, Australia

(7,4,1 =18)


_______________

16 points
_______________


27
father's closet -
the scent of weathered hands
from his empty gloves

Arvinder Kaur,Chandigarh, India

(8,4,0 =16)


_______________
15 points
_______________


64
at the temple-
the scent of sandalwood
brings me closer to myself

Sushma Nischal, New Delhi, India

(4,4,1 =15)


_________________

14 points
_________________


12.
golden champaks
for my mother’s long hair
last offering

Poornima Laxmeshwar, Bangalore, India

(6,1,2 =14)


________________

13 points ( 4)
________________


6.
a bulbul's
song barely heard...
lily scent

Rita Odeh
Nazareth, Israel

(6,2,1 =13)





59
her son's funeral
the absence
of perfume

Roberta Beary,Bethesda, Maryland USA

(6,2,1 =13)





30
a butterfly…
hovers in the scent
of monk's pepper

Tomislav Maretić   Zagreb, Croatia

(1,3,2 =13 )





61
shellfire -
crossing the border
orange blossom

Sara Winteridge, The New Forest, Englad

( 5,1,2 =13 )


___________________

11 points ( 3 )
___________________


5
bhangra:
the air smells
of henna

Surbhi Grover
Noida, India

( 5,3,0 = 11 )




35
scented candle
the pervasive presence
in your absence

Angelo B Ancheta, Taytay, Rizal, Philippines

( 3,1,2 = 11 )


43
still in the books
from the library
someone's cologne

Susan Burch, Hagerstown, USA

( 7,2,0 = 11)


__________________

10 points ( 3)
__________________


20.

cold moon
the scent of her breath
warms me up

Ramesh Anand, Bangalore, India

( 4,3,0 = 10)



36
December rain -
the scent of blue pines
on the old mule track

Sonam Chhoki, Thimphu, Bhutan

( 7,0,1 = 10)



50
visiting after years -
family home
full of forgotten scents

Robert Kania
Warsaw, Poland

( 6,2,0 = 10)

__________________

9 points ( 3)
__________________



33
salt
from an ancient seabed-
the rising waves

Kala Ramesh, Pune, India

( 1,4,0 = 9 )




46
 exploding
from behind the brick wall~
passion fruit

Freddy Ben-Arroyo, Haifa, Israel

( 4,1,1 = 9 )



57
moist earth
the smell of
first rain

Samar Ghose, Australia

( 3,0,2 = 9 )

______________________

8 points (3)
______________________


13.
fruit of labour-
healing me the sweet scent
of my just born

Yesha Shah, Surat, India

( 6,1,0 = 8)



31
her cascading hair --
the heady scent
of jasmine

Shloka Shankar, Bangalore, India

( 2,3,0 = 8)




49
chilly night...
she wanders along
the smell of food

Pranjali Khera, New Delhi, India

( 0,4,0 = 8)

______________________________

7 points (3)
______________________________

9.
lingering seductive looks
fragrance of jasmine
smells of trouble

Praveen M, Bangalore, India

( 4,0,1 = 7)



16,
Christmas poinsettia…
my mother-in-law’s present
smells of heartdrops

Goda V Bendoraitiene, Klaipeda,Lithuania

( 0,2,1 = 7)



70
sleepless night
pretty woman wears
chanel no 5

Arturas Silanskas,Vilnius, Lithuania

( 5,1,0 = 7)

_________________________

6 points (4)
_________________________

2.
rain in my garden
the smell of  hot earth rises
childhood memory

Tahera Mannan,Nagpur,India

( 0,3,0 = 6 )



3.
hissing wind
trough the keyhole -
wild mint scent of you

Lavana kray - Romania

( 2,2,0 = 6 )



4.
first temple visit-
through the swirling mist
fragrance of jasmine incense

   Angelee Deodhar,Chandigarh,India

( 1,1,1 = 6 )



34
twilit morning...
a fallen jasmine carves
the scent of quiet

Paresh Tiwari, Hyderabad, India

( 4,1,0 = 6 )

___________________________

5 points ( 7)
___________________________

7.
passing shower
the world wears an
earthy perfume


Vinay Leo R.
Bangalore, India

( 5,0,0 = 5 )


26
garbage dump-
a whiff of her perfume
as she walks by

Iqra Raza, New Delhi, India

( 5,0,0 = 5 )



44 
on the platform
a blind beggar smiles -
familiar fragrance

S B Vadivel Rajan, Chennai, India

( 1,2,0 = 5 )


 
48
back garden-
the night air pregnant
with jasmine

Gautam Nadkarni
Mumbai, India

( 3,1,0 = 5 )



54
reminiscence-
in the wafting aroma of porridge
I feel my Ma

Akila G, Hyderabad, India

( 3,1,0 = 5 )



60
durian tree
in the night sky
batwings

Devin Harrison, Vancouver Island, Canada

( 3,1,0 = 5 )


69
waking my mother
from an induced coma -
lilac fragrance

Cezar-Florin Ciobîcă,Botosani, Romania

( 1,2,0 = 5 )

________________________________

4 points (7)
________________________________


8.
smell of ahuti--
burned into ashes
her body

Swaran Singh Nijhar
New Delhi, India

( 2,1,0 = 4 )



17.
school days friendship—
the unforgettable scent
of a fresh fruit

Diana Teneva,Haskovo, Bulgaria

( 2,1,0 = 4 )




37
strange neighbourhood-
a stray whiff of perfume
teases memory

Anitha Varma, Kochi, Kerala, India

( 4,0,0 = 4 )




41
frosted window
the scent of a midnight
serenade

Alegria Imperial, Vancouver, Canada

( 0,2,0 = 4 )



47
fallen rose:
the scent of becoming
darkens
 
Hansha Teki, Wellington, New Zealand

( 4,0,0 = 4 )



55
tea in paper cups -
the evening wind carries
jasmine scent

Charishma Navneet Gupta, Ruwi, Oman

( 2,1,0 = 4 )




68
Winter sunset,
The scent of your laughter,
Ripens the oranges

Kasturi Jadhav, Mumbai, India

( 2,1,0 = 4 )

________________________

3 points ( 6)
________________________

10.
adrenalized...
his bouquet
of red roses

Hema Ravi, Chennai, India

( 1,1,0 = 3 )



11.
bitter cold…
the tramp sighs
smelling some tea

Aditya Ashribad., Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

( 3,0,0 = 3 )



39
a house of mourning...
fragrance surrounds the pillow
where he lay his head

Karen Cesar, Tucson, Arizona, USA

( 1,1,0 = 3 )



42
basking
in the fragrance of her smile...
new love

Nandini Nair, Pune, India

( 1,1,0 = 3 )


52
diet after Christmas
only the smell of crescent
and coffee

Janina Kolodziejczyk
Pavullo, Italia

( 1,1,0 = 3 )


63
on her sketch
a painter adds the pink tint...
scent of roses

Neelam Dadhwal, Chandigarh, India

(1,1,0 = 3 )

____________________________

2 points ( 5)
____________________________

1
smoke rising
from the bar-b-que
smell of hickory

--gillena cox, St James Trinidad and Tobago

( 2,0,0 = 2 )




19
wearing
his shirt to sleep-
boxed metals

Deborah Guzzi, , Monroe, CT,USA

( 2,0,0 = 2 )


25
snowflakes --
the crisp scent of this orange
on my fingers

Angie Werren, Amelia, Ohio, USA

( 2,0,0 = 2 )



32
winter tea
i stir in cinnamon
and orange honey

Sandi Pray, North Carolina, USA

( 2,0,0 = 2 )



58
spring tilled soil -
he touches her hair
with the back of his hand

Tzetzka Ilieva,Marietta, GA, USA

( 2,0,0 = 2 )


________________________________

1 point (8)
________________________________



22.

 lotus pond--
the rising sun paints each pollen
with golden fragrance

Kumarendra Mallick, Hyderabad, India

( 1,0,0 = 1 )



23

chinese on night scent
for carpathian highways
in indian files

STOPS (Nicu Stopel), Bucharest, Romania

( 1,0,0 = 1 )



28
dried flowers
still spreads scents
my love to her

Purush, Nashville, TN,USA

( 1,0,0 = 1 )




38
the fragrance of rain
on mountain tops
colors of spring

Tatjana Debeljacki, Serbia

( 1,0,0 = 1 )




56
anise scent
his shadow looms
larger

Stella Pierides
Neusaess, DE & London, UK

( 1,0,0 = 1 )


62
buddleia fragrance -
bees lie
besotted

John McDonald, Edinburgh, Scotland

( 1,0,0 = 1 )



65
unexpected spring
through the garden gate
the scent of my ex

Irena Szewczyk,
Warsaw, Poland

( 1,0,0 = 1 )


66
coquettish woman -
her fragrance filling
the beggar's bowl

Ailoaei Cristina, Botosani, Romania

(1,0,0 =1)

______________________________

Poems that didn't get any points, sorry:
______________________________



18.
passes by
a bundle of incense sticks…
she smiled too

Seshu Cnamarty, Hyderabad, India



24
mingled scents
from new perfume bottles...
Christmas service

Dawn Bruce, Sydney, Australia





29
I twist and turn
As night lengthens
Jasmines bloom and mock

Vinita Agrawal,Mumbai, India




40

crisp wintery air
first fragrance rises in plumes
caffeine soaked morning

Vardhini N C ,Mumbai


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Votes unreceived
_______________________

45
starry night
she asks why I smell
like her sister

John McManus, Carlisle, Cumbria, England



67
after break up-
the scent of his skin
still in my mind

G.Nadin, Botosani, Romania



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Till next time

Kashinath Karmakar
&
Sanjuktaa

Organizers, Indian Kukai from IN haiku

субота, 04. јануар 2014.

cattails Premier Edition: January 2014

cattails
Premier Edition: January 2014



Angie Werren, USA


Mike Rehling, USA


John Byrne, Ireland


Ernesto Santiago, Greece

parting clouds~
the nodding approval
of a blossomed bough


Terri French, USA


Marion Clarke, Northern Ireland


Tatanja Debeljacki
Gordan Cosić,
Serbia

Adelaide B. Shaw, USA


Samantha Sirimanne Hyde, Australia


Elizabeth McFarland, Germany


Angie Werren, USA


Debbie Strange, Canada


Sonam Choki, Bhutan
Michael Kowalewski, UK


John Byrne, Ireland


Marisa Fazio, Australia


Haiku: Ken Sawitri, Indonesia

Painting: Jimat Achmadi, Indonesia

Note: Hand drawing batik use a 'canthing tulis' to apply wax to cover ornamentation to keep it free from coloring matter during the dyeing process. For controlling the flowing of fluid hot wax, the 'canthing' often puffed before applying the wax on clothes.   winotosastro
Stjepan Rozić & Djurdja Vukelić-Rozić, Croatia

For an Editor's Choice haiga, I've chosen this one by Djurdja (our Ambassador for Croatia), and her husband Stephan. Most folks know that when it comes to haiku, I'm against "direct" personification, however in this particular case and placed with this particular photograph, it only enhances the moment. That, and the fact that I personally happen to know that there is a belief found anywhere in the Balkans, that everything has a "soul", which we are privileged to see in Stephan's great photo shot.—haiga editor an'ya, USA
Irena Iris Szewczyk, Poland

spring gust
the dress of the bride
bellies out


Goran Radićević, Montenegro

tree branches
capturing the moon
for a moment-


Ramesh Anand, India
Ranjana Pai, USA


Elizabeth McFarland, Germany


Cynthia Rowe, New Zealand


Pris Campbell, USA


Sonam Choki, Bhutan
Michael Kowalewski, UK