Tuesday, September 23, 2014

fallen kite
it settles the wind
to rest

Cattails, September Issue, 2014 (Ed. any'a)

rain dripping
on the gravestone
deep silence  
rebounds the screams
of  slum orphans

Cattails, September Issue 2014 (Ed. any'a)

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Midnight moon
a cow listens to the
flowing stream

Asahi Shimbun, 19 th September, 2014 (Ed. David McMurray)

Monday, September 8, 2014

The Heart Speaks
In foggy morning
voice of remembrances
screams into the lonely sky.
The inscriptions
submerged with tears
as the old mother
gently caresses
over the tomb nourishing
the wounds  of war
of her lonely son.

Epitaphs (Eds. Kiriti Sengupta and William P Peters Sr.)

Published by Inner Child Press, New Jersey and Shambhabi Imprint, Calcutta 2014.

Friday, September 5, 2014

the old widow and
screaming wind

Cloudy moon--
I dive into
my shadow

Asahi Shimbun, 5.9.2014 (Ed. David McMurray)


tilted mirror I repose upright

summer solstice--
the long light shrinks from
my windowsill

A Hundred Gourds, 3:4 September 2014 (Ed. Lorin Ford)

Thursday, September 4, 2014

step by step
up the hills--
my shadow

Creatrix 26, April 2014

desert journey—
camels follow shadow
after shadow

Creatrix 26, April 2014

migratory birds
across the borders--
same blue sky

Creatrix 26, April 2014

Eds Amanda Joy, Meryl Manoy and Gary De Piazzi

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Diogen Spring Haiku 2014

Gems: Haiku Anthology
Ed. Steve Wilkinson

carpenter slows down
nailing the box

early sunrise--
mother plants her kiss
on the disabled son

red carpet--
the monks walk

dark room--
a streak of light points
to the sun     

snow fall he hardens his words



Monday, September 1, 2014

winter cloud so close to me

along with my haiku winter solstice

Brass Bell Haiku, September 2014 (Ed.
Zee Zahava)


fallen kites--
the slum boy gathers
the colours

pali zmajevi- 
djecak iz geta skuplja 

2nd Prize, Diogen Spring Haiku Contest 2014, Jury: Đurđa Vukelić-Rožić I and Mr. sc. Sabahudin Hadžialić