Seema Jayaraman Poems
- Why Blame Me A, Blood Moon ©Seema Jayaraman, Mumbai 3Oct2015 ...
- Trussed Up - Packaged For Deli...
- A Father's Grief As I held you in my arms, sinewy of all ...
- Seattle Blossoms As I spring from the community transit Warm...
- Rainbow Magik On Wall - Haiku Sunrise drum windows dancing ...
- An Unknown Life The warm friendly hand embracing and ...
- Monsoon Fury In March! ! ! A birthing sun stretched, ...
Apr 2016: Release of my poetry collection Wings Of Rhapsody - A Dalliance of Poems.
Mar 2016: My Poetry readings A Father's Grief was hosted along with other eminent international poets during a one hour weekly show on a private radiopod 365Scribble UK.
Feb 2016: My Poem Why Blame Me A Blood Moon was hosted and displayed on location at PCafe Stirchley, Brimingham, Uk.
1Dec2015: Chosen " Poet of the Month: December 2015" by UK based Leaveners group at Poet's Corner. https: //leavenerspoetscorner.wordpress.com/
By Curator Ciaran Hodgers a renowned and highly experienced Poet.
Deeply honored and rendered speechless...my friends will ... more »
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''One can only help, the ones who acknowledge their need for help; the adamant ones in their blindness will persist in blundering through meanderings, the end goal never reached.''Observations of people and their behaviour
First its a one off,Imagination
then it becomes somewhat frequent, metamorphose into habit,
Soon its an addiction
Resulting from an obsession
when nothing matters!
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I don't need alcholol, to be high, I'm always on a high. A dash of nature, some mountains and free flowing water, some music and fresh air with a touch of joy de verve is all that is required to get m...Happiness
''I don't need alcohol to get high, I'm already high on life.''Life
''Your double edged sword is contained by my steel sheath..@seemakj24''Thoughts
Why Blame Me A, Blood Moon
©Seema Jayaraman, Mumbai 3Oct2015
A magnificent 'gandharva' wedding
Planned in the night sky
Sun, and Moon in groom's attire,
Earth bedecked as Bride
destiny wove in good humor,
a velvety dark blue tapestry
and built a celestial altar
studded with bodies heavenly
arrangements, centuries in making
declared a rare sight,
several luminaries, orchestrating
a visual spectacle bright
With autumn season chosen
the equinox for A 'muharat
Planned on a Sunday night
the day of harvest arrived
Seers and the priests, forecasting ...