梅雨冷え

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梅雨冷えに背は丸めの浜見張


秋村

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ツユビエニ セナハマロメノ ハマミハリ    

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– as the case in usually summer
– at this time of year
– coast resque crews snap
– as fit as a fiddle
– though in this year
– it is cold and rainy weather
– and the shore is empty
– the rotating crew
– who monitors the beachgoers
– hunches his back
– on the monitor watching tower
– in the cold air and wind   

つゆびえに せなはまろめの はまみはり  

photo by:玉置豊 -san
Recruit Sumai Company (suumo journal)
photo from:都内の海でも楽しめる?
50年ぶりに葛西海浜公園で海水浴がOKに!」(2015/07/24)

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i was asked a question and replied it on my facebook

Q:Search people here something? , Or they do something?

A:ah, they are the official lifesavers, Gisela-san. we have the custom
(and/or the ‘shared awareness of almost Japanese people who have the
social common-sense’) that is one of Japanese spirit that all citizens take
good care of every citizen’s llife and death each other when and where
we are putting our lives at risk. So, every manicipality should fix the swim-
able term and the section of place, then it gives every governing body of
public swimming beach the exclusive operating permission. every body
should get and hire staff with specialized expertise to lifesave as the official
lifesarver for the beachgoers there. and the lifesavers serve time and keep
doing there all the time with all their best. ^_^

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〔観賞〕

梅雨寒の砂丘の帰路はあらあらし 古舘曹人   

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July 22, 2016   
 
 

About 池ノ内 孝    Takashi (Kou) Ikenouchi
17 characters haiku poet (俳名:秋村 [Shūson]), an actor, pure-Japanese, Tokyo Japan

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