Valeria Barouch

Born 1951 in Zug, Switzerland
Living in Cologny, Switzerland
http://www.quettar-orenyallo.ch/

 

Boreas attacks –
curled up on the city roofs
chimney smokes

The Mainichi Daily, April 8, 2016

 

Patchwork quilt . . .
the pattern of
neck pain

The Mainichi Daily, April 11, 2015

 

Landing . . .
swan feet push the sun
into ripples

The Mainichi Daily, December 26, 2014

 

billowing clouds . . .
the lake halved into
silver and slate

The Mainichi Daily, December 16, 2013

 

More view he says
trimming the cherry tree –
trimming my view

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival 2009, Honorable mention

 

Valley to mountain
the road turns the time back
from blossom to buds

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival 2011, Sakura Award

 

Botanical garden –
the café's empty chairs
sparrow perches

17th Haiku International Association Contest, 2015 - Honorable mention

 

Riverbank –
only clover leaves
without luck

17th Haiku International Association Contest, 2015 - Honorable mention

 

Peacock on the tree
the spring breeze tousles
his eyes

15th Haiku International Association Contest, 2013 - Prize winner

 

Glow of lakefront lights –
a shadow bikes to the isle
on a shadow bridge

16th Mainichi Haiku Contest, 2012 - 2nd prize

 

Altocumulus
le couchant boit l'éclat
de leurs ourlets

 

Altocumulus
the twilight sips the brightness
out of their rims

18th Mainichi Haiku Contest 2014, Honorable mention

 

Musing on dinner
a sudden smell of garlic
from a rear bus seat

14th Mainichi Haiku Contest 2010, Honorable mention

 

Late summer chill –
someone hands me a tract
on global warming

The Mainichi Daily, December 24, 2008