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Haiku by Sravani singampall

Haiku for all seasons

She has a trauma
An open can and lost love
The sinking old ship.

A yellow tulip
Strong and unbreakable thread
Heaven to our eyes.

Green is my best friend
The season of hopeful minds
Fresh Moringa leaves.

Colors of the spring
Short-lived with ocean desire
Bee and a flower.

Scorching summer days
The soothing cool onshore breeze
The warm winter sun.


Sravani singampalli is a published writer and poet from India. Her works have appeared in Scarlet Leaf Review, Spillwords press, Criterion journal, Setu bilingual journal, Whispers, Labyrinthine Passages journal, Indian Ruminations and many others. Her poems are also forthcoming in Leaves of Ink, Kitaab international, Formercactus, Gone Lawn journal, Vox Poetica, The Pangolin Review, The Blue Nib and elsewhere.




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