Sunday, April 23, 2017

fertile ground
for the tallest and the tiniest
Earth Day
celebrates the green message
of no caste, creed, color or faith

Earth: Our Common Ground Anthology, 2017 (Ed. Claire Everett)
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bhumi, jala
agni, pavan . . .
and the akash
bestowed the space
for life and for all to live

Earth: Our Common Ground Anthology, 2017 (Ed. Claire Everett)
Author's Note:

bhumi: earth; jala: water; agni: fire; pavan: air; akash: void
In Vedas, it is mentioned that the creation is made up of ‘pancha mahabhuta’ or five elements essential for existence of life on this earth. In the ancient scripts of Hinduism earth is worshipped with reverence as mother.

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Sunday, April 9, 2017

a lone myna
high in the sky
the kite
descends on its weight
holding  the  silent wind

Cattails, April 2017 (Ed. David Terelinck)

Thursday, April 6, 2017

tiny pebbles
the softness
of her talk

Runners Up, Iafor Vladimir Devide Haiku Award, 2017 (Judge: Susan Burch)

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

googled for a word full of twinkling star

Haiku Foundation, Workplace, Theme: Lost in Translation, 8.3.2017 (Ed. Jim Kacin)

Saturday, March 4, 2017

thin clouds
the bathroom shower
dries down
Failed Haiku  January 2016

long night
the grass grows
with ease

crossword puzzle
I rearrange words
in her nick name
in search of God I search myself
Whispers, 16 Sept 2016,-pravat-kumar.html

deep darkness
I discover
the invisible

Wild Plum, 3:1  Spring and Summer Issue , 2017 (Eds: Amanda McCabe and Gabriel Sawicki)