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Jagari Mukherjee Haiku

Spring brings bird songs with
Scented, delicate blossoms –
You promised postcards.


Counting sugar cubes
I sweeten your morning tea –
Fragrant is the soul.


Thunder hails garden
Blue flower nods eagerly –
Betrayed butterflies


Spring sent me flowers
And you left them at my door –
My tears smudged your note.


watercolors soft
relieve soul’s sorrowful themes –
symphony of shades

Poet Author

Jagari Mukherjee is a bilingual poet from Kolkata, India. She is a gold medalist in English Literature from University of Pune. Her writings have appeared in several newspapers, magazines, anthologies, and blogs. Her first book, a collection of poems entitled Blue Rose, was published in May 2017 by Bhashalipi.


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One Comment

  1. Russell MacClaren Russell MacClaren

    I am amazed, Jagari. Few poets outside Japan have the Haiku-Touch, but you understand and have mastered the technique. My compliments….

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