Of Thoughts and Swords

A blog about Science, Philosophy, Wargaming, Literature and other things, in three or more languages.

Haiku 08.06. & 09.06. 14

Well the inspiration for the second one, came from the desolated streets after we had quite a massive storm last week. I hope someone likes them.

 

08.06.

駅の窓

鳩弐羽を座す

黒と白

Oben im Bahnhofsfenster

Sitzen zwei Tauben sich gegenüber

Eine schwarz und eine weiß

Up in the station´s window

Twain doves sit across

One black, one white

09.06.

嵐後

樹道に落ちた

花も咲く

Viele Bäume fielen zur Straße

Aber nach dem Sturm

Blühen die Blumen noch immer

After the storm

Trees lie fallen on the streets

Yet the flowers still bloom

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