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triveni spotlight: 15 december

triveni spotlight A FEATURE EVERY ALTERNATE DAY! hosts: Teji Sethi and Kala Ramesh GUEST EDITOR: K. Ramesh


the turn of wheels

out of dense fog

a wolf's cry


Shalini Pattabiraman

Haiku Dialogue, 7 April 2021




Note by the Editor


​Sometimes when we as haiku poets compose haiku there is a certain joy or happiness that we would experience after composing a haiku. The happiness could be due to various factors:

for example being available to register a moment and write a haiku or it could be because we found the right words and also a certain effortlessness involved in composing that haiku! This feeling is the gift we get for the haiku we have composed, and it keeps as going as a haiku poet! For the December Spotlight I wanted haijins to share such haiku!


-- K. Ramesh

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RS
RS
2022年12月15日

Beautiful, Shalini

いいね!

Bonnie J Scherer
Bonnie J Scherer
2022年12月15日

I’ve been meaning to comment on K. Ramesh’s words about the exquisite joy poets occasionally feel when writing haiku. The words perfectly describe how it is when the poem is created seemingly effortlessly and brings joy and satisfaction to both the poet and readers. I have felt this joy…it fills my heart. ❤️

いいね!
K. Ramesh
K. Ramesh
2022年12月16日
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Thank you for your response Bonnie! Glad to know that you have felt this joy! Wish you many more such moments...

いいね!

very nice Shalini.

いいね!

K. Ramesh
K. Ramesh
2022年12月15日

This haiku is a visual treat! It reminds me of some classic movies!

いいね!
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