Wednesday, January 22, 2014

HAIKKU POEMS



HAIKKU POEMS


leaves closed deep
in meditation
mimosa pudica


looking to the sky
i heard a silent cry
little star down to earth


through the mist
sun creeps in to the room
a spider weaves

Friday, December 27, 2013

Haiku poems


Locking with the twigs
two trees beside
returns to  motherhood

Scrambled and scrambled
little moons face
in the wild lake

Tiny grass leaves
under the old banyan tree
chicks under the hen

I heard the sparrow
singing a welcome note
for the spring 

Saturday, November 2, 2013

haiku poems


dew drips from leaf to leaf morning silence

from the green a grasshopper creeps a narrow step
an ice cube in touch of sun a sea in her hand

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Resurrection


Resurrection


Blended moonlight and dream for dinner,

A lonely nightingale’s song all drunk up,

Grumbling about the companion who never

showed up after a long wait,

The wick of hopes pulled down,

Hooting fears covered in blankets,

Listening to twinkling baby stars’ stories while asleep,

Embracing the night’s phase when the Queen of Night blooms,

Let me drink the potion of boredom and die,

To be resurrected tomorrow for you .

(a poem in malayalam written by me transilated by Padma Thambaty  Faculty at University of Pittsburgh)

Sunday, March 31, 2013

haikku poems



evening shore
cold wind blows 
a tear so far


a summer cry
tender leaves
in a hibiscus


mid summer,
she borrowed 
a spring from me


garden 
bushes shaped 
into souls



silent lake,
single girl
throwing stones

Monday, January 28, 2013

haikku poems 


1

Storm waves off
The leaves of
disappointment
2

Ink stopped 
the poem layed 
unfinished
3

Morning slowly 
removed the headscarf 
of the bride
4

From the blackboard
flew away ,
The nightingale
sparrow jerked out
the snow on the wings,
a rainbow flashed

5

Carpet of
dead leaves,
the forest welcomes


6

Hurt souls
reflects on clouds,
sky, a mirror image.




Haikku poems 

1

In the womb
he counts
the calendar
2

An autumn leaf 
on the grass
in meditation

3

Wilde stream 
reads the streams of 
Bubbling symphony
4
sobbed away

last breath from the 
tampered floute