Saturday, 15 August 2009

"My grandmother house" by Fujieda Teruo

old lodging
even poor
reach heavenly sky

the old grandma's lodging

even poor
by love reach the heavenly sky
memory of a child

grandmothers love
don´t disguise
true richness

nor rich nor poor
old mothers love
don't disguise true richness

poor shed
unconditional love
child don't forget

mansion ore poor women's shed
love has same condition
in the heart of a grandchild

My grandmother was not rich, she lost here home during the ww2, and husband too. The house was bought of the natziz. But she learned me that love overcome everyting and put wealth and poor doom in the shadow... my Japanese touch of this my memories are made and coverted into a Japanese setting, which is half fiction and mostly true. But the real thing happend in Norway.
Roy Lindquist

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Thanks to Mr Isao Shinozaki - translator

My friend Mr Isao Shinozaki, teacher and mentor has helped me with translation to Japanese characters of my Haiku.
I am very grateful for his help which is of great value for me.
Domo Arrigato

Fujieda Teruo

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Fujieda Teruo
born: 1950


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Født 16.januar 1950 i Oslo

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