Today’s Haiku (October 29, 2010)

秋風や何為さば時みたされむ  相馬遷子

akikaze ya nani nasaba toki mitasarem

autumn wind—

what I should do

to fill the time

Senshi Soma

from “Gendai no Haiku” (Modern Haiku), edited by Shobin Hirai, Kodansha, Tokyo, 1996

Fay’s Note: Senshi Soma (1908-1976)

2 responses to “Today’s Haiku (October 29, 2010)

  1. Merrill Ann Gonzales

    This haiku sounds like someone who has lost everything, since at this time of year there seems to be a great rushing to prepare for winter. So much to do, and the days get shorter and the time seems never enough. When you lose everything, it scarcely matters that winter comes…

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