Sunday 4 June 2023

Four Haiku Poems by Stephen A. Rozwenc with French, Italian and Spanish Translations

 



1.

French

 

Pleure la lumière de la lune

Soupir

Un os roulant

 

Cry the light of the moon

Sigh

A rolling bone

 

2.

Italian

 

Un cielo pastello sussulta

Sospiri profondi

Loon chiama eco

 

A pastel sky gasps

Deep sighs

Loon calls echo

 

3.

Italian

 

Hostias de comunión de luna llena

Bordar

Ballenas bebé

 

Full moon communion wafers

Embroider

Baby whales

 

4.

Spanish

 

Un rayo de abedul cae sobre las laderas

Maravillas de niebla matutina

mazurcas de montaña

 

Birch tree lightning strikes hillsides

Morning mist wonders

Mountain mazurkas






Stephen A. Rozwenc is an American expat poet who lives in Thailand. He has published 5 collections of poetry. In the last 12 years more than 250 of his poems have appeared in print journals and online venues in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He is the first poet in the history of American literature to publish all of his work after the age of 65. He has also published a collection of translations of famous Russian poets. For further information and samples of his published work as well as Youtube presentations, Google search Stephen A. Rozwenc poetry.

 


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