Today’s Haiku (March 2, 2011)

ボブ・ディラン掛けよ蛙の夜なれば     榮 猿丸

bobu diran kakeyo kaeru no yoru nareba

            play Bob Dylan

            it is a night

            of frogs

                                                Sarumaru Sakae

from “ChôShinsen 21” ,  (“Super New Selection 21,” an anthology of the haiku poets under 50-year-olds) edited by Bansei Tsukushi, Yasuko Tsushima, Leona Takayama, You-shorin, Nagano, Japan, December 2010

2 responses to “Today’s Haiku (March 2, 2011)

  1. Merrill Ann Gonzales

    That phrase, “a night of frogs” reminds me of the night we watched the salamanders mating in the vernal pool…and the tree frogs were barking in their gentle rhythm in the trees. It was a magical night! Definitely early spring!

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