Category Archives: A haïku a jog

Picked on 28 August ’14

End-of-August-joy
some berries
still green

berries

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Picked on 14 July ’14

bird singing the joy
over the summer evening
better than my haiku

Chocolate house 3


Picked on 7 May

ombre sur ombre
la corneille survolant
le cerisier

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shadow through shadow
a crow overflying
the cherry tree

chestnut petals


Picked on 30th April

comme un brise-glace
passer par une volée de feuilles mortes
brise de printemps

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volavka


Picked on 20 March ’14

Zen jog
Of course the bumblebee
Overtakes me

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hyacint


Picked on 2 March ’14

like the roof avalanche
the winter
is gone

comme une avalanche de toit
l’hiver
est partie

hyacinth


Haiku picked on 7 November

7 novembre
les ginkgo en beauté
comme si de rien n’était

7 novembre
the ginkgo just ignoring
the late autumn

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le jog-après-halloween
le chat devant la maison
a bougé

after-halloween late night run
the cat sitting on the porch
has moved!

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End of summer haiku

the yachts are back
only the ducks are sailing
the harbour waters

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last summer day
loooooong blue shadow
of the yellow linden leaf

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end of summer
too weak to take off
the dragonfly


A haïku a jog – 20 september

so soft the run
the trail’s getting covered with
first fallen leaves


A haïku a jog – 11 september

past life leak?
running on the bed of spruce needles
feeling at home


A haïku a run – 7 september

(My first 10 miles run.)

city run
for a few seconds only
the buxus fragrance

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city run
comme il glisse vite, l’escargot,
sur le bitume mouillé


A haïku a jog – 4 September

september sales
a couple of new notes
in the Earth perfume

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retour de vacances
sérieusement, je prends le moteur du bus
pour le chant des cigales


A haïku a jog – 22 August

zigzagging on the forest road
the other side seems to be
always smoother


A haïku a jog – 20 August

sunset gold on every leaf
I am the last one
crossing the finish line


A haïku a jog – 5 August

waiting for “Carrie”
my dress is slowly getting covered
with falling flowers

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summer night
with my mouse I try
to move the little moth


A haïku a jog – 1 August

walking in between two sprints
the river seems to be
standing still


A haïku a jog – 25 July

back to running
damp woods smell
like the chocolate and banana millet cookies

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after the two weeks break
— whistled
by the blackbird


A haïku a jog – 10 July

tough part of the trail
you are first, then a big fly,
then…me…


A haïku a jog – 9 July

snack break
one banana, and
the scent of ripening barley


A haïku a jog – 8 July

sunrise
the trumpet vine swells
with the bee buzz

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gathering red currants
do all the small insects here know
it is sunday?

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sounds coming from the village tennis court:
hitting the balls, and the maaa of the goats


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