Marta ChocilowskaMarta Chocilowska

Born: 1950 in Warsaw, Poland
Living in: Warsaw, Poland
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Marta Chocilowska is a retired economist, fan of cats, music, poetry and cycling. In 2013 she joined the Warsaw Haiku School - KUZU. Marta is also a founding member and a Treasurer of the Polish Haiku Association, established in February, 2016.


red dragonfly 
hovering overhead
a chopper whirr

A Hundred Gourds - June 2016


red cheeks
my hands without gloves
in your pockets

Asahi Haikuist Network 07.02.2014


roadside ditch -
under the thin layer of ice
first kingcups

Asahi Haikuist Network 20.02.2015


refugee camp
our children chatter
in all languages

Asahi Haikuist Network 30.10.2015


home town
buried with wind
our traces

Asahi Haikuist Network 29.01.2016


back from the countryside
full of thistles —
kids’ hair

Asahi Haikuist Network 19.08.2016


old wardrobe
in grandma's purse
casino chip

Brass Bell a haiku journal - May, 2016


childhood blanket
now I wrap in it
my mother's chill

cattails  May 2015


praying for rain —
the sunflowers' heads
getting lower

cattails  September 2015


return ticket
leaving a sea scent
in the wallet

cattails  January 2016


starlit night
in the ancient fountain
copper coins

cattails  May 2016


in his arms . . .
the scent of jasmine
till morning

Chrysanthemum April 2015


cutting reeds
piece by piece
the backwater turns blue

2nd prize - 5th Haiku Contest - Sharpening the Green Pencil 2016