Monday, November 30, 2015

Butterfly Dream: Restless Reeds Haiku by Irena Szewczyk

English Original

restless reeds
a swan at the shore shuns
my shadow

Frogpond, 37:1, Winter 2014

Irena Szewczyk

Chinese Translation (Traditional)


Chinese Translation (Simplified)


Bio Sketch

Irena Szewczyk lives in Warsaw Poland. She started to write haiku and make photo haiga in 2011. She publishes her works in English, French, Polish and Hungarian on her blog, Iris Haiku. Her haiku and haiga have been published in The Mainichi, The Asahi Shimbun, Daily Haiga, Haigaonline, Haiku Novine, Notes from the Gean, Sketchbook, Polish Haiku Anthology Blue Grasses, and WHA Haiga Contest, and she won a Honorable Mention in the HIA Haiku Contest.

1 comment:

  1. A sense of disturbing ambiguity or disquieting suspense of uncertainty is well portrayed through well-chosen vivid phrases, "restless reeds" and ".. shuns/my shadow."