Published in a Poetry Journal

By | September 17, 2021
the moons of autumn

I am much delighted that 3 of my Haiku have been accepted to Word Weaving – A Word Craft Journal of Syllabic Verse.

The journal is available for pre-order now at Amazon.

Enjoy this collection of poems that celebrate the Moons of Autumn.

The print version of this poetry journal will also be available on October 1, 2021.

Thank you Colleen M. Chesebro and JulesPaige, Editors of Word Weaving for publishing my work along with established voices across the spectrum of Japanese and American syllabic poetry forms.

For those who are not familiar with Haiku, Lemme keep a note.

Haiku is nothing but a moment captured in a few words. Technically, it’s a type of short form poetry with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. i.e . It consists of three lines, with 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the third. Haiku evokes a natural imagery in the reader’s mind.

20 thoughts on “Published in a Poetry Journal

  1. Gradmama2011

    I will certainly order a print copy of the journal. I have a shelf that shows off books which have been published by actual friends, or at least writers that I “know” or have known through blogs or whatever. You are making your writing skills recognized near and far away :_)

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Oh my.. this is so inspiring.. ☺️ thanks a lot for this immense support and

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      1. Gradmama2011

        I had the journal in my books collection yesterday…its a beautiful journal, and made me proud to think “I know that person.” The digital age is fascinating, isn’t it? How we can make virtual friends as well as real ones. The Journal is really nice, I might try to enter some of my poetry, I haven’t written much lately but I have some things I really like that I wrote a couple years ago. Word Press had a online class where I found a lot of the friends I still blog with. 🙂

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        1. Akhila Post author

          Thank you so much.. as you rightly said, the digital age is fascinating, magically keeping us connected even while being strangers!!
          Go on with your writing ✍️..
          Sending love and hugs ..

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          1. Gradmama2011

            My cyberspace friends are as dear to me as my real-life ones. With Covid 19 I guess its better that way. 🙂

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