Nature-Haikus-2

Poem By Indira Renganathan

1 Sky And Clouds

Confusion of sky's wives
Who the dear? Roaring fight storms
Pour out gloom boom clash

2Sky And Earth

Azuring sky leers
Arrows sun rays on to earth
Cupid-hit earh yields

3Moon And Lily

Lily in the pond
Midnight crow crows scarily
Hugs the lily the moon

4 Moon And Stars

Moon's pride mocks at stars
Angered stars conspire in groups
Spell a new moon thence

5Night And Crow

'How come you turn fair? '
Night hushed 'orange in daybreak'
Crow crows at daybreak

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