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mourning
in lonely desert wind—
a widow tree

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flowing hairs--
a monsoon breeze veils
the moon

***

twilight--
between the hills
the crimson sky

***

river bank—
empty pots gather
flow of music

***

India map—
the divine boundary
of my motherland

Sketchbook, Vol 6, No.1, Jan-Feb, 2011 (Eds. Karina Klesko and John Daleiden)


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Poetry: The Music of Manuscripts

I sincerely value art and literature in human life. Poetry is the essence of human urge and awareness. The mystic of art and literature delightfully reveals the kaleidoscope of science through colorful flair of human aspiration. It amalgamates the spiritual romanticism and intellectual cadence of human beings in the perennial journey along the corridor of nature’s panorama of blissful beauty.

Poetry is a stream murmuring our emotional songs all through its journey. Life is a boat sailing on the ripples of art and literature. Science is the composite reflection, Poetry is its genetic soul. Let us put poetry to thrive in time and anti time, in matter and anti matter. Let it speak out the truth of human life.



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The following comments are for "HAIKU"
by PKPadhy

Greetings
PK,
I enjoyed this collection.

Perhaps, by introducing yourself (through comment threads) around the forum, your pieces will be read and commented on by more members.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: April 11, 2011 )

language artist
you have a deft hand when penning these haiku - it's a pleasure to read them.

( Posted by: Pen [Member] On: April 11, 2011 )

feelings Japanese
the departure from the non-English 5-7-5 rule gives it a very Japanese feel. Still life with nature.

( Posted by: VickieSALT [Member] On: April 11, 2011 )

haiku
I really liked each one of these haiku. These are much more readable than your earlier ones.
R K Singh

( Posted by: R.K.Singh [Member] On: April 13, 2011 )





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