Andrea Cecon is a technician in hearing aids, traveller and haijin since three years. His works are published on reviews in several countries like The Heron’s Nest (USA), Mainichi Daily News (Japan), Letni Casi (Slovenija) Temps Libres (Belgium), and others. Currently he’s working on his first haiku collection, ‘Mandarini dopo il digiuno’ or ‘Tangerines after fasting’.

 

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first date—
our ice-creams
slowly melt

 

MDW says: Inhibitions and masquerades are surely melting also.

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smooth pebbles
the smell of rain
slips away

 

MDW says: Highly sensory (touch and smell). Not only is the smell disappearing, but surely the pebbles are drying off also.

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sunny beach
and not a stick to throw
for my dog

 

MDW says: One can feel the dog’s energy, and the owner’s disappointment at not being able to play.

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