Sunil Uniyal

(14 January 1953 - / Lucknow / India)

Sunil Uniyal Poems

1. Another Winter Haiku 1/5/2008
2. Some More Winter Haiku 1/5/2008
3. O Swan Go Back (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 2/4/2008
4. Two Night Haiku 12/24/2007
5. A Ghazal - He And We 12/27/2007
6. A Ghazal - I Feel Lost 3/5/2008
7. Tibet - A Haiku 4/4/2008
8. Autumn Haiku 4/10/2008
9. O Govind, O Gopal (A Devotional Song) 4/10/2008
10. The Olympic Torch - A Haiku 4/20/2008
11. Eagle - A Haiku 4/20/2008
12. Mynah - A Haiku 4/27/2008
13. When Waiting Is Painful 4/29/2008
14. Lucknow - A Haiku 5/26/2008
15. Silverfish-A Haiku 6/7/2008
16. Iron Pillar Delhi - A Haiku 6/7/2008
17. The Mahakali - A Haiku 6/7/2008
18. Benares - A Haiku 6/8/2008
19. Dew - A Haiku 6/16/2008
20. The Target's Behind The Sky (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 3/7/2008
21. A Folk Song Of Garhwal-1 3/8/2008
22. Night 7/7/2008
23. Unknown Wishes - A Haiku 7/10/2008
24. I Rejoice In Renunciation (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 7/12/2008
25. A Ghazal - Traveller O! 7/12/2008
26. O Light Divine - A Gem From Rigveda 7/12/2008
27. Brahmaputra - A Haiku 7/19/2008
28. Kamakhya - A Haiku 7/19/2008
29. Trapped In Needle's Eye (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/2/2008
30. Dragons On The Carpet - A Haiku 8/2/2008
31. To A Friend (An Old Poem) 8/3/2008
32. Predictions 8/3/2008
33. Love 8/4/2008
34. On Shifting Residence - A Haiku 8/5/2008
35. Nothing Abides (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/5/2008
36. This Body Is A Lyre (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/5/2008
37. Awakened At Night - A Haiku 9/24/2008
38. Fyunli (A Garhwali Haiku) 10/2/2008
39. The Fish Is Thirsty (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 10/2/2008
40. A Prayer To Kamakhya Devi 10/3/2008
Best Poem of Sunil Uniyal

Jharnaa (Waterfall) - A Hindi Haiku

jhar jhar jhar jhar -
pahaari dhalaan par
ek jharnaa nirantar

Translation:

jhar jhar jhar jhar -
on the mountain slope
an endless waterfall

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A Ghazal - He And We

wind water earth sky - all things remain the same
for our Lord in heaven above we are but a game

He tests us at every step if we fail
not He but we're ourselves to blame

all day the devotees throng His shrine
chanting His name spreading His fame

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