Sunday, June 29, 2014

Butterfly Dream: Summer Squall Haiku by Ignatius Fay

English Original

summer squall
my smart phone asks me
to repeat myself

Ignatius Fay

Chinese Translation (Traditional)


Chinese Translation (Simplified)


Bio Sketch

Ignatius Fay is a retired invertebrate paleontologist. His poems have appeared in many of the most respected online and print journals, including The Heron’s Nest, Modern Haiku, Ars Poetica, Gusts, Chrysanthemum and Eucalypt. Books: Breccia (2012), a collaboration with fellow haiku poet, Irene Golas; Points In Between (2011), an anecdotal history of his first 23 years. He is the new editor of the Haiku Society of America Bulletin. Ignatius resides in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

1 comment:

  1. The unexpected yet satirically powerful L3 sparks the reader's emotion and reflection on the "conflict" between technology and nature.

    Note: Squall: "a sudden violent gust of wind or a localized storm, especially one bringing rain, snow, or sleet."