Richa SharmaRicha Sharma

Born 1982 at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Presently residing at Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Richa Sharma is a double Post Graduate in Management and Business Economics and a qualified Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management. Apart from her keen interest in academics, she loves the world of literature and poetry. Her work has appeared in numerous online and print journals dedicated to Japanese short poetry since 2019 like Frogpond, the cherita, Presence, Akitsu Quarterly, Kingfisher, Failed Haiku, Drifting Sands Haibun, Under The Basho, Bones, Seashores, Wales Haiku Journal, #FemkuMag, Nick Virgilio Haiku Association, and others. She received an Honorable mention in Vancouver's Cherry Blossom Invitational Haiku Festival, 2021. For her, composing haiku is a great meditation technique that unites the mind with the heart in the enlightening moment.


 

meditation
choosing to coexist
with a housefly

Frogpond, Winter 43:1, 2020

funeral procession minus his shadow

Under The Basho 2020

solemn night
how carefully
words exit

Prune Juice Journal, Issue 33, March 2021

cloud-filled day
i swallow her
verbiage

Frogpond 45:1, Winter 2022

feeding on rice the zen teachings of my free pigeon

Whiptail: Journal of the Single-Line Poem, Issue 2 - Summoning the Sky, February 2022

mother's hands
and then i look
at mine

Stardust Haiku, Issue 61, January 2022

snowlit dusk
the mirror admires
my earrings

tsuri-dōrō, Issue 8, March/April 2022

second marriage
the baby's picture
taken off the wall

Presence, Issue #72, March 2022

the colour as it falls

Bones 23, April 2022

in an armchair writing about not wanting

Heliosparrow Poetry Journal, January 22, 2022