Seema Jayaraman

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

Seema Jayaraman Poems

121. Splintered 9/20/2015
122. Criquer - Haiku (2-3-2 Meter) 11/2/2015
123. All Engulfing Palm 11/3/2015
124. Purple Blooms Of October 10/13/2015
125. Sunrise - Haiku 10/7/2015
126. Drunk Eyes - Haiku 10/7/2015
127. Parrots 10/12/2015
128. Accused 9/19/2015
129. Purest Form Of Love 9/19/2015
130. The Ultimate Cove 9/7/2015
131. Rainbows From Crystals @ Sunrise-Haiku 10/4/2015
132. Frenzied Fish (Haiku 5-7-5 Meter) 11/5/2015
133. Wind On My Face 11/18/2015
134. A'dieu Year 2015 12/31/2015
135. Seagulls - Haiku 1/14/2016
136. A Tryst With You In Sin 3/7/2016
137. Gossamer Robe 5/24/2016
138. Salty Sea Breeze - Tanka 1/13/2016
139. Sales Clerk Mom - Tanka 1/28/2016
140. A Firefly's View - Micropoetry 12/21/2015
141. Fair Lady 11/18/2015
142. Glamorous Goldfish (Haiku 5-7-5 Meter) 11/5/2015
143. Starving Gold 11/5/2015
144. Rude Awakening 11/4/2015
145. Dawn's Aural Litany 11/5/2015
146. Buried I - Haiku 10/5/2015
147. Disappearing Sparrows - Haiku 10/5/2015
148. 'Rajinigandha' - Haiku 10/5/2015
149. My Loneliness 9/9/2015
150. Dawn 9/8/2015
151. A Poem Is Born (Abridged) 9/21/2015
152. Essence Of Poem -Haiku 10/11/2015
153. Spinning - Head Is Spinning 10/31/2015
154. How Does It Feel 11/3/2015
155. My Only Star 9/5/2015
156. African Tulip Tree - Haiku 10/4/2015
157. Old Bones - Haiku 10/3/2015
158. Broken Heart 11/4/2015
159. Late Night Song 11/4/2015
160. Granite Mountains - Haiku (5-3-5) 11/15/2015
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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Seattle Blossoms

As I spring from the community transit
Warm smiles and morning wishes echoing
A deep breath and the view unfolding,
Of winding roads and far off buildings
On a rainy and cold late winters day.

Feel my heart swell
Where sunshine plays hide and seek with wet days
I revel this morning, for Iam a girl

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