Geethanjali Rajan

 

a lone tree

shares a barren field –

childhood home

 

World Haiku Review, March 2008, Part 2

 

Pongal

her anklets follow

a cowbell’s tinkle

*Pongal- the harvest festival in Tamilnadu, India falls on 15th January.

Chrysanthemum, II #3, April 2008

 

spring in her step –

she skips

to the next sunspot

 

 

World Haiku Review, Aug 2010

 

lone autumn leaf

awaits

to descend

 

 

World Haiku Review, Aug 2010

 

mountain lake

each splash from the oar

shakes the moon    

 

 

World Haiku Review, Aug 2010

 

I wipe my tears

as her tiny fingers unclasp

first separation

 

 

World Haiku Review, Aug 2010

 

summer evening stroll

only my shadow

remains 


 

Haiku of Merit – World Haiku Review,
Competition theme - Death of one’s beloved, Aug 2010       

 

winter evening –

my eyes follow

the birds homewards

 

World Haiku Review, Jan 2011

 

mountain trek –

her laughter

echoes the tinkling stream

 

Notes from the Gean 2:4 March 2011

 

hospital stay –

outside my window

another leaf falls

 

A Hundred Gourds 1:3 June 2012

 

the smell of roses

in my neighbour’s garden –

Valentine’s Day                                          

 

A Hundred Gourds 1:3 June 2012

 

last night’s rain –

leading to my couch

paw marks

 

A Hundred Gourds 1:3 June 2012

 

music class –

a chorus of sneezes

after the rains                                              

 

World Haiku Review, April 2012

 

World Haiku Review, April 2012

 

monsoon~

only a hint of sky

in the puddles

 

World Haiku Review, April 2012