Tag Archives: haiku

Some Poetry types: Haiku, Tanka, Senryu, Limerick, Sonnet, Ballad, Cinquain

By | September 24, 2021

What is a Haiku? 3 line poem lines following *5-7-5 format capturing the beauty of a moment poems on nature no need to rhyme *5-7-5 is the syllable count of each line (first line with 5 syllable, second line with 7 syllable and third line with 5 syllable) Haiku Examples bougainvillea seeds, resilient and wild;… Read More »

Haiku featured

By | July 3, 2021

Haiku featured Many thanks to Freya Pickard for choosing my haiku for publication. You can find it here, https://purehaiku.wordpress.com/2021/07/02/7-2/. Dear Haiku lovers, Read PureHaiku where Freya Pickard publishes only traditional 5/7/5 haiku on a particular theme. The current theme is Unfurling. Haiku Haiku is a type of short form poetry originally from Japan. It’s unrhymed… Read More »

The Sound of Brilliance is now PUBLISHED!!

By | April 25, 2021

The Sound of Brilliance is now PUBLISHED!!. Two of my poems – “Resilient” and “Imperative” are included in this collection! I am so honored to be a part of this anthology created by Susi Bocks. What makes it more thrilling is being selected among the many grand poems by great poets! Applause to Susi Bocks… Read More »