Hot climate haiku

Thai heat--

looking for my

own shadow



Visiting the Buddhist Monks


one smile -
so far away
all the worries




Wat Arun

step by step
stairs to the sky -
Wat Arun







Back in Ayutthaya

                                                                                     THAIGA



For my Wife

wherever I look
spring -
my wife


Never ending...

                                                                                                                                           THAIGA

ANUMOTHANA SATHU


sathu -
the value of good deeds
that will return

Ayutthaya breath


a breath of calm -
another ways of life
in life


Sounds of...


so close
the way of prosperity
sound by sound

The touch of...


Buddhist peace -
the touch
of silence

Haiku way

living here
to feel the real spirit
of haiku



Phom Rak Khun Sudteerak

Another New Year--
I love her
in the same way

Tom Yum Kung

    Tom Yum Kung--
    what a spicy taste
    on her lips


    "Marek Kozubek prefers a spicy Thai dish in Bangkok."

autumn leaves

autumn season -
between yellow leaves
the scent of love

Chao Phraya river

falling dusk -
the Chao Phraya
fills with life


Her whisper


her whisper--
an old secret
in my ear

Colours of Bangkok


they’re gone--
an old house veranda
filled with dusk

"Marek Kozubek misses his neighbors in Bangkok."

My poems published July 20

dark maze –

ten eyes

on my fingers





Loneliness--losing my shadow in the mist

For my Wife

The whole universe
around her--
fireflies

"Everything revolves around Marek Kozubek’s true love in Bangkok, Thailand."

my life

all the flavors
of life -
my wife






GOGI - Thailand




GOGI -
let's eat
together


Apple Dining Club

evergreen


all the scents
of spring -
my wife



For my beloved wife

May lilac -
year after year
your scent



CHERRY BLOSSOMS

a lonely alley -
the twilight absorbs the scent
of cherry blossoms
Marek Kozubek


Review - Kazuko Nishimura

Although the audience’s sense of smell is triggered by the use of the word “scent”, immediately after, the image of cherry blossoms blooming in a twilight-lit alleyway fills our imagination with vivid imagery. This work also beautifully expresses the passage of time through the use of the word “twilight”, as it signifies the time when day turns into night, with the darkness not only absorbing the scent, but also gradually stealing the little light left that keeps the cherry blossoms visible.

Sunrays

her love -
the warm touch
of sunrays


no haiku

no haiku -
every moment filled
with love