2/21/2005

Bulgaria

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. Bulgarian Education and Culture Day .
May 24 - Saints Cyril and Methodius

. ENYOVDEN / Enyo’s Day (Midsummer Day) .
June 24

. Europe Day - May 9 .

. Kiss on July 1 .


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Haiku from Bulgaria



Quoted from : The Road - world haiku

early morning
no one has yet walked
throught the dew


tôt matin
personne n'a encore marché
dans la rosée

Antoaneta Nikolova

ooo ooo ooo

old houses --
icons well-arranged
temples of some life that was


vieilles maisons --
des icônes bien rangées
temples de quelque vie qui a été

Viktoria Kabadelova

ooo ooo ooo

puddles on the road
a belated cart
is sprinkling stars

flaques sur la route
une auto tardive
éclabousse les étoiles

Ginka Biliarska

ooo ooo ooo

the bus station --
a frantic desire
for tenderness

la gare routière --
un désir effrené
de tendresse

Ekaterina Kunova

ooo ooo ooo

old photos --
dusty roads
to memories

vieilles photos --
routes de poussière
vers les souvenirs

Kancho Velikov


The Road - World Haiku
Compilation : Ginka Biliarska (Bulgaria)
http://www.tempslibres.org/tl/livres/revue/livroad.html


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bulgarian Haiku

The life of an ambassador is an unpredictable one. In his first two years as Japan’s ambassador to Bulgaria, Koichiro Fukui, MBA ’76, completed the implementation of reciprocal, visa-free travel between the two nations, discussed bilateral environmental protection with Bulgaria’s environment minister, and suggested the Bulgarian government encourage private as well as governmental Japanese investment.

He also played chess against Bulgaria’s world champion Veselin Topalov, drank from a newly excavated, 2,300-year-old Thracian wine vessel, and threw a welcome party for delegates to the World Haiku Conference in Sofia.

August 2006
http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/bmag/sbsm0608/spreadsheet_fukui.html