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Astroku 15 – who lures the moon = qui attire la lune


Astroku 15 – who lures the moon = qui attire la lune






English:

who lures the moon
from the universal bird?
its feather in wind

français :

qui attire la lune 
de l'oiseau universel ? 
sa plume dans le vent

italiano:

chi attira la luna
dall'uccello universale?
piuma nel vento

Catalan:

qui atrau la lluna
de l’ocell universal?
ploma al vent

Corsican:

chì attrae a luna
da l'acellu universale
piuma in u ventu?

português:

quem atrai a lua
do pássaro universal
pena ao vento?

ancient languages:

Latin:

qui lunam vocat
de ale universa?
aura penna

translation:

who calls on the moon
from the universal wing?
the feather in the wind

Hittite:

kuiš arman kallezi 
haraniš hasteran?
patar huwantandani 

translation:

who calls on the moon
from the wind of the stars?
the feather in the wind

Richard Vallance

© by/ par Richard Vallance 2020

photo © by/ par Zeta Ophiuchi 2020

Inspired by:

Feather in the wind
After long wait
Who brings the moon!

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autumn haiku d’automne – a white crow = un corbeau blanc


autumn haiku d'automne – a white crow = un corbeau blanc




a white crow
sheds a feather in the rain –
fresh watercolour

un corbeau blanc
perd une plume dans la pluie -
aquarelle fraîche

Richard Vallance

photo public domain


senryu – I fall in your arms = je tombe dans tes bras = sospiro ragazzo




how I sigh my boy
if I fall in your arms
I fall a feather

je soupire mon garçon
si je tombe dans tes bras
j'y tombe une plume

sospiro ragazzo
se cado tra le tue braccia
cado una piuma

Richard Vallance

photo public domain



winter haiku d’hiver – an old raven = un vieux corbeau

the old raven lands
on the frozen fence  –
a black feather falls

old raven on a fence 620

le vieux corbeau 
sur la clôture gelée –
une plume noire choit

Richard Vallance


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