Seema Jayaraman

Gold Star - 14,440 Points [Sampangi] (24 Aug / Mumbai)

Seema Jayaraman Poems

1. Kundalika River Rapids - Raptures 9/26/2015
2. Barefoot On Green Grass - At Sunrise 10/3/2015
3. African Tulip Tree - In Mumbai (Haiku) 10/4/2015
4. Cheeky Sparrows - Haiku 10/5/2015
5. Sparrows @ Sunrise - Haiku 10/5/2015
6. Heavenly Jasmine - Haiku 10/6/2015
7. Poems! ! - Haiku 10/7/2015
8. Lost - New Poems - Haiku 10/7/2015
9. Anchor - Haiku 10/7/2015
10. Freedom - Haiku 10/7/2015
11. October - Light Rain 10/11/2015
12. October Rain - Haiku 10/11/2015
13. Drenched 'arth 10/11/2015
14. Hymns - Haiku 10/7/2015
15. Nest Of Rainbows - Haiku 10/13/2015
16. Sunbird Love Trills - Haiku 10/19/2015
17. Life - A Sparkling Red Wine (Abridged) 11/2/2015
18. Oranda (Goldfish) - Haiku (2-3-2 Meter) 11/4/2015
19. Orandas (Goldfish) Haiku (5-7-5 Meter) 11/4/2015
20. Not Today 11/17/2015
21. Glint In Your Eyes 11/17/2015
22. Can You, Can You 11/18/2015
23. Touching Hundred 11/19/2015
24. Eve Haiku 5-7-5 11/19/2015
25. Salute To Sumita - My Friend 12/1/2015
26. Memories - Haiku (5-7-5 Meter) 12/3/2015
27. Ocean Of Light - Haiku (5-7-5 Meter) 12/3/2015
28. Where Did You Go 12/4/2015
29. Crimson O'r Concrete - Micropoetry 12/8/2015
30. Scarlet Shudders 12/9/2015
31. Me And My African Tulip Tree - Series 12/9/2015
32. Indian Bulbul On African Tulip Tree 12/10/2015
33. Wakening Sunbird - Haiku (5-7-5) 12/11/2015
34. Shredded Tulip Bud - Haiku (5-7-5) 12/11/2015
35. Today, I Let Go 11/19/2015
36. I'll Never Say Goodbye 11/23/2015
37. 'Nimitham' - Senryu 12/17/2015
38. Indian Bride - Caught In Traffic - Micropoetry 12/20/2015
39. Yawning Boats - Haiku 12/21/2015
40. Sea Gulls - Haiku (5-7-5) 12/24/2015
Best Poem of Seema Jayaraman

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 ...

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A Delicate Drape

The day after you were delivered
As you lay all pink & bundled
Warm in the Cradle of my arms
Self congratulating, smug, I lay

In wonder, Watching that naughty Golden light
Flitting and brushing, the lightest touch
O'er curled strands, Oh so delicate
Brown trailing to invisible light

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