Sunday, 11 January 2009

More haiku from R K Singh

It's been a while, in fact it's been far too long, since Poet-in-Residence featured the exotic and mysterious haiku of India's R K Singh. What better time than the start of a new year to put matters right. Here then, without any more ado, are three more haiku from one of India's finest practitioners:

After the repair
pink paint grows molds on the wall
autumn breathlessness

Sweet scent of nightqueen
reading a hundred haiku
for one real gem

Inhales sun
through the foggy morning
a leaping frog

c- R K Singh 2008, 2009

1 comment:

  1. So nice of you, Gwilym. I feel encouraged.
    R K


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