Happy Haiku: Awakening

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Happy Haiku: I try to dabble in writing haiku poems in Japanese.
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Happy Haiku!

Haiku
朝早く
ベッドの中で
目を覚ます

Romaji
Asahayaku
Beddo no naka de
Me wo samasu

English Translation
Early in the morning
In bed
To wake up

– Nhan “Nhan-Fiction” Pham

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6 thoughts on “Happy Haiku: Awakening

  1. shejustwantedlove January 8, 2014 / 8:43 pm

    samasu looks like oboemasu, ah kanji is so confusing at times.
    Great haiku though (:

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    • Nhan-Fiction January 8, 2014 / 8:45 pm

      Yeah, the difference is the え tells you which reading you need to do. Tricky-tricky. And thank you. 🙂

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      • shejustwantedlove January 8, 2014 / 8:47 pm

        anytime! Thanks for the reply, i love your blog 😀

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  2. Elvan March 13, 2014 / 6:04 pm

    I have stumbled (?) upon this site while rrnaeechisg the Island of Maui. I have been to Oahu and absolutely loved it and would like to experience the other islands. I am from the upstate region of New York.We to have beautiful waterfalls, mountains and natural beauty. We are just not green year round and do have a considerable amount of snow and cold. In reading the posts I became intrigued by John’s posts. I too see the faces in the moss, outlines of the warriors in the trees and can feel the pain and forewarning in the pictures. I am amazed and deeply moved that the People have names for every aspect of this. I hope you do publish your thesis, hypothesis or explanation of spiritual awareness that seemingly very few people have contact with. I take a lot of pictures in the Northeast. Sometimes I take a picture then examine them more closely and there are indeed faces of nature (as I call them) in the pictures. Sometimes I see them first then snap a picture to capture them. Sometimes they appear later. An idea that I’d like to possibly interject is that maybe these entities occur everywhere in the world and that those that can see them or be lucky enough (or chosen) to capture them may have different names or lore to describe them. Maybe upon reading your findings and explanations more people in the world could become aware of these natural forces that they have been become blinded to. Mahalo

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