Five Natural Haikus

30 Sep

Although I cannot post articles as often as I want, I decided to translate some poems I’ve published in local magazines and share them all with you! In this occasion, for example, I will share you some haikus I published in a magazine called Paso del Río Grande del Norte, which may not ring a bell, surely, because it’s a Mexican magazine that hasn’t been beyond the frontier and Spain, so…

Anyways, I forgot the issue they were published on, so I translated all of these haikus from Spanish. Hope you can enjoy them!

Sun

My beautiful boy

of glittering golden locks

caressing me whole.

 

Moon

Most tender bald girl

tarnished by gray freckles,

never let me go.

 

Air

Transparent rivers

always crash against my face

en route to nowhere.

 

Rain

A silvered sky

melting above our faces,

dripping its silver.

 

Sand

The tears of our soil

who’ll never be able to fly

and fall into the sky.

 

Thanks a bunch for reading!

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One Response to “Five Natural Haikus”

  1. Claire Marie O'Brien October 5, 2014 at 1:24 pm #

    Really beautiful! Thank-you!

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