May 21, 2010

Haiga 337


Haiku from the spaceship. This haiku was written while Mrs. Naoko Yamazaki, the astronaut, was on duty in the spaceship.
Artwork and the English translation are by me.

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3 comments:

Alan Summers said...

Love this!

I've written a few space haiku as part of a “Rocket Dreams” commission I received alongside NASA photographs of the race to the moon.

sputnik satellite
a solar flare picks out
a rivet


This is Sputnik 1 opening the way for space exploration and for eventual future moon exploration.

Read/performed U.K. National Poetry Day October 4th 2007 with Space Historian Piers Bizony and NASA images, as part of World Space Week.

Also published in: tinywords
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kuni_san said...

Thanks for the info and your space haiku, which is great. What I am impressed is that a haijin actually traveled space and wrote a haiku.

Alan Summers said...

Well if the President of the European Union can write haiku, it's only right that the deep space ambassador writes too! ;-)

Alan
Alan’s Area 17 blog
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