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  • Journey of Haiku- So much in so little a space.

    I am Radhamani Sarma, from India writing, Retired Professor of English with 31 years of teaching experience in a college, guided students for M.Phil and Ph. D for doctoral thesis; basically a creative writer published four books of poems and one book of short story, widely anthologized, with research articles, now into online publications, into haiku related paths.

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    Welcome to haiku sanctuary, hope you enjoy the forums!
    ghost cave i brush aside the dharma of a lobster god

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    • Radhamani
      Radhamani commented
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      Dear Clayton Beach, Greetings. A very pleasant experience to see you all here, very educative too. Monoku -on the dharma of a lobster god- fine observation- image very wonderfully drawn.

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    Welcome, Radhamani! Good to see you here.

    Best,
    Theresa

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    • Radhamani
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      Dear Theresa, greetings. Thanks always for warmth . Always ever in the company of kind people. GOD'S WILL.

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    Welcome! If you want to learn about haiku, this is the place.

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    • Radhamani
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      Dear Rich Schilling,
      Greetings. Yes, you are absolutely right, i am proud to be in this wonderfully
      drawn forum. Assuring my best always.

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    I add my voice of welcome to this haiku sanctuary, Radhamani . I look forward to seeing your creative work and your informed insights and comments on all matters related to haiku.

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    • Radhamani
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      Dear Hansha Teki, greetings. Proud and privileged to be associated with this wonderful international site. Always assuring my sincere best.
      with regards
      S.Radhamani

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    Originally posted by Radhamani View Post
    I am Radhamani Sarma, from India writing, Retired Professor of English with 31 years of teaching experience in a college, guided students for M.Phil and Ph. D for doctoral thesis; basically a creative writer published four books of poems and one book of short story, widely anthologized, with research articles, now into online publications, into haiku related paths.
    look up
    where the setting takes you-
    different setting

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    • #7

      dawn’s bright star
      now in vanishing stream
      my watchful ride

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        breaking groundnut only to find thinned skin

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        • #9

          Tanka

          the walker
          wails in corner unaided
          its owner -
          no longer waits for him
          faster pushing aside friend
          Last edited by Radhamani; 01-19-2020, 08:21 PM.

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          • #10

            every corner -
            after six months stay away
            nightmare at home


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