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triveni spotlight: 07 February 2024

triveni spotlight A FEATURE EVERY ALTERNATE DAY! hosts: Vidya Shankar and Teji Sethi GUEST EDITOR: Namratha Varadharajan 07 February 2024

between two hills

a songbird

and its echo


Srinivasa Rao Sambangi


Published in forget-me-nots: haiku and senryu

My theme is haikai poems from books I have read and enjoyed and want to share with the Triveni family. Each poem is from a different book and there are a range of subjects. Hope you and Triveni visitors enjoy the poems.

Namratha Varadharajan

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Thank you for being our next guest editor, Namratha. It will be great to read poems immortalized on paper. I am sure our members will look forward to reading your selections all through this month.


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Most masterfully done, Srinivas.

Thank you, Namratha.


What a beautiful haiku, thank you for sharing this Namratha.


It’s interesting where poems take you, I always spare a moment for the birds, often wondering what signal they are sending. From hearing the general chatter of a bush full of sparrows to the dawn or dusk chorus of a blackbird. And then comes the almost alarming bark of a peacock. Yes, they too I believe communicate about the changing climate around the globe.

Thank you for the ride, Namratha.

deep anger

mother earth cries out

her red tears

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Like saying, praise the lord. 😀 I imagine it’s a relief from the soaring heat.

I need to adjust this one, I’m not sure the lava implications is being picked up. 😀

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