Sunday, October 6, 2013

Claudia Coutu Radmore क्लॉडिया कूतो

midnight lake
watching stars
fall into themselves

मध्यरात्रि की झील
देख रही तारे
अपने आप में गिर रहे





with a friend
listening to what
the rain has to tell us

मित्र के साथ
सुन रही हमें
वर्षा क्या कह रही





abandoned farm
the wild pear
in bloom

छोड़ा हुआ खेत
जंगली नाशपाती
खिल रही






summer evening
the smell of sun
lingers on bricks

ग्रीष्म की संध्या
धूप की सुगंध
ईंटों में ठहरी हुई






no trace of it
after it falls
snowflake

कोई चिह्न नहीं उसका
गिरने के बाद
हिमलव


Originally from Montreal, Claudia Coutu Radmore lives in Carleton Place, Ontario. She has been writing poetry in lyric and Japanese forms since the early nineties. A member of the League of Canadian Poets and Haiku Canada, Claudia has been consulting editor for Raw NerVZ and currently helps with Gusts, the Canadian tanka magazine. She writes renku with poets Grant Savage, Terry Ann Carter, Dorothy Howard and Raffael de Gruttola among others.

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