ORIKU poem with name in Kanji #6
ORIKU poem (A Japanese acrostic poem with your name in Kanji)
【Meaning of my poem and how you read】
A poem reads from the right line, top to the bottom and goes on to the next left line, top to the bottom.
And the first letter or a color-marked letter of each line from right to left, has a related message to a poem.
ORIKU poem Title #6 “Your dream will come true”
A poem reads, “With courage, Do what you can right here right now, Taking the first step, Surely, The whole universe will work for you.”
And when reading the first letter of each line from right to left, it goes “Yu-Me-Wa-Ka-Na-U”, meaning “Your dream will come true.”
｢ゆ｣うきを持って 「YU」ukiomotte With courage
｢め｣の前を大切にし 「ME」nomaeotaisetunishi Do what you can right here right now
「は」じめの一歩を踏み出せば 「HA（WA）」jimenoippoohumidaseba Taking the first step
｢かな｣らず 「KANA」razu Surely
「う」ちゅう全体が応援してくれる 「U」chuuzentaigaouenshitekureru The whole universe will work for you
I use SUMI (india-ink) and FUDE (a Japanese calligraphy brush) when writing a poem.
As background design for acrostic poems, I have 9 patterns shown below.
These patterns are carefully selected from Japanese traditional patterns of “YUZEN-style” which is famous for its gorgeousness.
You can choose your favorite one when ordering. (each pattern is numbered)
Please note that patterns may look different depending on the part cut out for the background.
You can add a name in Kanji】
You can add a name (yours or your beloved ones) on the beginning of a poem in Kanji letter.
As shown in a picture below, the last line on the left reads “Hannah” in Kanji.
Write a name in English when ordering. No additional charge.
Each poem is written on a sheet which is placed in a neat picture frame made of wood.
Approx. frame size is 5.7 in X 7.7 in. ( 1/2 inch-thick)
Approx. size of a sheet is 3.5 in X 5 in.
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