Seema Jayaraman

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

Seema Jayaraman Poems

41. Carols Flustered Gulls- Tanka 12/24/2015
42. Silent Screams - Micropoetry 1/2/2016
43. Life's Leftover - Micropoetry 1/2/2016
44. Things Left Unsaid - Micropoetry 1/2/2016
45. When Ole School Friends Meet 1/4/2016
46. Flaming Tangerine - Tanka 1/4/2016
47. Flamingo Series - Haiku Set Of 3 1/4/2016
48. Grey Fog - Tanka 1/4/2016
49. Stained Cheeks - Haiku, Senryu 1/5/2016
50. Dew Drops - Tanka, Senryu 1/5/2016
51. Corporate Halls - Senryu 1/5/2016
52. Flamingoes - Tanka 1/5/2016
53. Dawn Tickled Green - Tanka, Senryu 1/5/2016
54. Gods Justice Hammer - Micropoetry 1/7/2016
55. Evening Traffic - Senryu 1/7/2016
56. Downtown Road In Evening - Tanka, Senryu 1/7/2016
57. Scmm Jan 16 Next Week? Limerick 1/7/2016
58. Birthing Sun - Tanka, Senryu 1/7/2016
59. Dawns Dalliance - Haiku 1/6/2016
60. Smouldering - Tanka 1/6/2016
61. Seagull Flew By Sealink - Tanka 1/12/2016
62. Seagull - Haiku 1/12/2016
63. Mumbai Marathon Scmm Jan 17,2016 1/17/2016
64. Day After Big Run - Micropoetry 1/19/2016
65. Winter Ducks - Haiku 1/19/2016
66. Kids Sports Day - Micropoetry 1/19/2016
67. Gold Dusted Winter Day - Tanka 1/20/2016
68. Private 'thaandavam' 1/24/2016
69. Whirlpool Of Anger - Micropoetry 1/24/2016
70. Hallucination - Micropoetry 1/24/2016
71. Sun Was About To Bolt - Micropoetry 1/24/2016
72. Blazing Sunlight 1/24/2016
73. Foot Loose Seagull - Haiku 1/13/2016
74. Suburban Raven's Revellery 1/14/2016
75. Happy Holi To My Fire Rainbow 3/23/2016
76. Happy Holi (A Dry One) 3/24/2016
77. Jet Wheels - Haiku 5/9/2016
78. Happy Mother's Day - Tanka 5/9/2016
79. Mother's Love - Haiku 5/9/2016
80. Poetry And Energy 5/31/2016
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 ...

Read the full of Why Blame Me A, Blood Moon

My Only Star

Gazing up at the inky sky
The mysteries it seeks to hide
I search for my only Star
A brilliance amidst lesser lights

Convey this knowledge, a simple truth
A beacon strives, strides and rides
Through the darkest tunnel
The call to life

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