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Haiku Calendar
by Madathil Rajendran Nair
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  January arrives
Winter sun with golden rays
Scribbles greeting cards

Maid February
Takes out little kids to play
Group of golden clouds

Mountain fires aglow
March awake worried about
Coming summer heat

Sun is April smith
Melts gold and shapes ornaments
For seasons to wear

Lonely rain bird sings
Summer clouds pour at midnight
With May fireworks grand

South-west monsoon clouds
Scurry fast across the sky
June listens for rain

It rains a deluge
Frogs play night-long orchestra
July fast asleep

Rain takes holiday
It is Independence Day
August’s tricolor

Flower processions
Colour September landscape
Harvest festival

October thunders
Evening downpours deluge
North-East Monsoon in

November star kids
Peep from under a blanket
Chilly new moon night

Venus leads the stars
Carols along zodiac
December choir


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These haikus derive inspiration from the weather in Kerala/West India in general.
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March 02, 2014
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Comments on this Poem

Comment the four seasons are nicely decorated by your simple but nice experesion.of words poetic rajetta dr.unni

dr.unni
03/18/2014 06:43 AM

Comment The one which observes the changes stands as the witness, which is the individual consciousness, but it must not, as such, be identified with the principle of consciousness. Here it shows the quality of that individual consciousness which is highly evolved, thanks Madthilji for this wonderful Haiku Calendar.

Sathees Chnadran
03/18/2014 02:18 AM

Comment nice. a beautiful poem...continue writing.

best regards

Vijayan
03/16/2014 04:05 AM

Comment Almost missed this one in the crowd. Never knew one could make Haiku so purposeful. A beautifully painted calendar, indeed. Well done.

Rian John
03/15/2014 14:51 PM

Comment Namaskaar, as you rightly said in your email, this form not very enjoyable to read. But you have brought out the uniqueness of each of the months in India so beautifully. Must've been tough to find the correct word to describe the months. Well done Sir and thanks for sharing

Kamal Kothari
03/13/2014 21:48 PM

Comment Ah, beautiful!

Anu Krishnan
03/13/2014 16:57 PM




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