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Fallen leaves – My haiku in Failed haiku, Aug. 1, 2017   Leave a comment

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fallen leaves
gathering the pieces
of another life

 foglie cadute
raccogliendo i pezzi
di un’altra vita
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Failed Haiku, Aug. 1, 2017

finally summer vacation… one haiku of mine in Haiku in workplace, edited by Jim Kacian   Leave a comment

One haiku of mine selected from Jim Kacian for The haiku in workplace, July 26th. The theme’s: Summer Vacation Plans.

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finally summer vacation…
walking barefoot
above the hills

finalmente le vacanze estive …
camminando a piedi nudi
sopra le colline
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Eufemia Griffo

https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/…/haiku-in-the-workplace/

Un mio haiku pubblicato nella rivista americana “Stardust, poetry with a little sparkle” numero di Luglio, di Valentina Ranaldi Adams   2 comments

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(picture from google)

Aquarium …
a turtle still remembers
the sound of the sea

 

Acquario…
una tartaruga ricorda ancora
il suono del mare

*

Eufemia Griffo

Ecco il link per potere scaricare l’intera rivista

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2qnvk3Lnv93Sk9nTm9aVGljOFk/view

My haiku in Under the Basho, international issue edited by Kala Ramesh, Hansha Teki and Don Baird   2 comments

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 old house…
the ivy’s tangled leaves
whisper its secrets

vecchia casa…
le foglie d’edera aggrovigliate
sussurrano i suoi segreti

*

Eufemia Griffo

Under the Basho, July 16th4

 

(Issue edited from editors: Kala Ramesh Hansha Teki and Don Baird.

 

Michelangelo’s Pieta, one senryu of mine in Haiku in workplace – 28 Juin, 2017   Leave a comment

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Michelangelo’s Pieta
the master’s hands
sculpt the eternity

La Pietà di Michelangelo
le mani del maestro
scolpiscono l’eternità

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Eufemia Griffo, Haiku in workplace –

Theme:  a Job Well Done

After divorce, un mio senryu già pubblicato in Brass Bell, appare nella rivista russa “Ulitka” in un articolo di Valeria Simonova- Cecon   Leave a comment

after divorce
ice cream melts
drop by drop

после развода
тает мороженое
капля за каплей

(Эуфемия Гриффо (Brass Bell)

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Eufemia Griffo – Ulitka, July 2017

Nel numero 16 della rivista russa di haikai “Ulitka” (Lumaca) è pubblicato un articolo della studiosa Valeria Simonova – Cecon sugli haiku in Italia, con i componimenti di alcuni bravi autori e suoi amici italiani. L’articolo si trova sulle pagine 52 – 56.

Clicca questo link 

Pubblicato 8 luglio 2017 da Eufemia Griffo in pubblicazioni internazionali, senryu

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Gamma Orionis … appare sulla colonna di ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK del professore David McMurray, con un suo commento   Leave a comment

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Gamma Orionis . ..

a blue star crosses

the July sky

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Eufemia Griffo

The exact equivalent of the traditional seventh day of the seventh month in the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year, but it usually occurs in August. In many communities, however, tanabata celebrants steadfastly adhere to the auspicious pair of sevens date. Milanese poet Eufemia Griffo eyes Bellatrix, the third brightest star in the Orion constellation. The blue star forms the giant’s shoulder and its Latin name means a female warrior.

(Professor David McMurray, ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK – July 7)

http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201707070005.html

Failed Haiku 19 – July 1, 2017 IS UP!   Leave a comment

And finally… tree poems of mine featured in Failed Haiku edited by Mike Rehling. Lovely day, I’m very glad and proud of my writing.
In general, I think poetry and writing are our voice and describe the feelings, the nature and things that move around us. They are also sacrifice and study. 
Congratulations to all poets featured in this new number.

FAILED JULY 2017

#118 Hedgerow is UP! One haiku of mine in Hedgerow, July 1   Leave a comment

 

biking

biking…
I’d listen to the wind
for hours

*

Eufemia Griffo

#118HEDGEROW

Maurizio Puglisi’s picture. Visit  his website:  his artworks are wonderful!

https://www.artfinder.com/maurizio-puglisi#/

 

It’ always a great honor read my little poem in Hedgerow: a journal of small poems the fabolous magazines, edited by Caroline Skanne
Wonderful to be among excellent haikuists from all over the world.
This week features work by Chad Lee Robinson, Marianne Paul, Kala Ramesh, Michael Dylan Welch, stephen toft, Tiffany Shaw-Diaz, Mike Rehling, Goran Gatalica, Eufemia Griffo, Chen-ou Liu, Lucia Fontana, Julie Warther, Brad Bennett, Mary Hanrahan, Jessica Malone Latham, Jan Benson, Martha Magenta, Andy McLellan, Kelly Sauvage Angel, Simon Hanson, Maeve O’Sullivan, Salil Chaturvedi, John Martone, Joy McCall, Ron C. Moss.
Thank you dear Caroline for included me in the new number.

Haikuniverse – Juin 7, 2017   Leave a comment

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ulula il vento
un vecchio lupo
inizia a cantare
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Eufemia Griffo

Haikuniverse

My poem in Failed haiku, 1 Juin   Leave a comment

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like a chant…
the waves go and come
on the cliff

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Eufemia Griffo

Failed haiku, Juin 1, 2017

Dandelions… Otata, May 2017   Leave a comment

dandelions

denti di leone…

ogni anno io vedo la primavera

tempo di andare

*

Eufemia Griffo

(Otata, 1st May 2017)

“A long way to go”, Failed haiku May 1th   Leave a comment

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un lungo cammino …
la mia ombra
lasciata indietro
*
Eufemia Griffo

The branches hesitate – uno dei miei haiku su Otata di Maggio   Leave a comment

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Rami di mandorlo in fiore Saint-Rémy, febbraio 1890 – – Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

wind…
the branches hesitate
to embrace the flowers

vento…
i rami esitano
ad abbracciare i fiori

*

Eufemia Griffo

Otata, 1th May 

Pubblicato 15 maggio 2017 da Eufemia Griffo in haiku, Otata, pubblicazioni internazionali

Misty morning – International Women’s Haiku Festival, March 16th – Published on Inner Voices, Jennifer Hambrick’s blog.   Leave a comment

 

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mattina di nebbia
mia mamma non ricorda
il colore del mare

(in memoria di mia madre)
*

Eufemia Griffo 

Origami, un mio haiku pubblicato nel numero 111 di Hedgerow, la rivista britannica edita da Caroline Skanne – my haiku featured in Hedgerow 111   Leave a comment

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(immagine by Pinterest)

origami
crane
loses
its
way

origami
una gru perde
la sua strada

*

Eufemia Griffo

(hedgerow, n. 111)

La mia prima volta sulla rivista britannica in carta stampata ‘hedgerow # 110’ (THE SPRING PRINT ISSUE) edita da Caroline Skanne   Leave a comment

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Lovely surprise!
New release – ‘hedgerow # 110’ (THE SPRING PRINT ISSUE)!
Delighted to be part in the spring issue of Hedgerow, #110 , the fabulous international magazine edited by Caroline Skanne.
The cover image is wonderful and I look forward to receiving my copy in Milan. Thanks for your great work Caroline and congratulations to all the poets friends included in the magazine.

https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/…/new-release-…/

Patricia DavisDavid J Kelly, Grace Galton, Julie Warther, Stephen Toft, Ron C. Moss, Agnes Eva Savich, Elmedin Kadric, Deborah P Kolodji, Michael Dylan Welch, Johnny Baranski and Clayton Beach, Ian Willey, Dave Read, Gabriel Bates, Pamela A. Babusci, Christina Sng, Simon Hanson, David Oates, Ola Lindberg, Gail Oare, Anne Elise Burgevin, Neal Whitman, Mary White, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Anna Cates, Robyn Cairns, Dietmar Tauchner, Jill Lange, Mike Michael Rehlingg, Paul Chambers, Chen-ou Liu, S. M. Kozubek, Pris Campbell, Marilyn Humbert, Nika, Ken Olson, Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah, Maureen Kingston, John Hawkhead, Eufemia Griffo, Patricia Prime, Amy Losak, Mark Miller, Andy McLellan, Michael H. Lester, John Hawk, Debbie Strange, Rick Tarquinio, Tina Crenshaw, Marta Marta Majorka Chociłowska, David Serjeant, Kath Abela Wilson, Lucia Fontanaa, Pat Davis, Rachel Sutcliffe, Carole Johnston, Barnabas I. Adeleke, Zee Zahava, Tim Gardiner, Maeve O’Sullivan, Barry George, Steve Smolakk, Jeffrey Hanson, Alan Summers, Christine L. Villa, Louise Hopewell, Debbi Antebii, Anna Maris, Joy McCall, Larry Kimmel, Terri L. French, Jay Friedenberg, Marietta McGregorr, Mary Jo Balistreri, ai li, Marilyn Fleming, Joshua Gage, Vera Constantineau, Jennifer Hambrick, Paul Smith.

Un mio haiku appare in ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK di David McMurray.   Leave a comment

sunset

reti vuote
il figlio del pescatore
attende il tramonto

*
Eufemia Griffo

ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK/ David McMurray

http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201705050005.html

Three poems of mine in Issue 17 of Failed Issue, May 1th   Leave a comment

Lovely day! Honored to be featured in issue 17 of Failed haiku the american issue, edited by Michael Rehling, with three poems of mine.

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11 poems of mine in american magazine, Otata May issue.   Leave a comment

11 poems of mine in #Otata May issue.
Sincere thanks to John Martone.
I’m very glad to be included in this wonderful american magazine.
Congrats to all my friends and brilliant poets.

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