けさの秋

父さんはうちはすてゝこけさの秋


秋村

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トウサンハ ウチハステゝコ ケサノアキ    

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– O-Tō-san-tachi [お父さんたち
= very popular married adult males in old generations ]
– who live in Kansai (especially Ōsaka) district and wear
– white v-necked short-sleeved under shirts,
– three-quarter-length long white drawers,
– Japanese wooden footgears or bamboo sandales,
– boater hats, digitated socks
– and cotton towels round their necks
– waving handy folding fans
– or paper fans in their faces
– folding warmer-bands on their torsos
– between where they hold their purses etc.
– unextinguished and still continue to exist
– at the corner of downtown streets
– even now   

とうさんは うちわすてゝこ けさのあき     

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〔観賞〕
 
ごぼゝゝと薬飲みけりけさの秋 尾崎紅葉   
 
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August 08, 2017   

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

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