Writing with Kala Ramesh – a new moon sky – March 15, 2015

Smiling Moon by Chadh

black velvet
clouds hanging close to Earth
new moon sky
a call breaks the deep silence
midnight owl’s hunting call

© G.s.k. ‘15

This week’s Sparkling Stars at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is dedicated to an Indian poet who is also a musician, Kala Ramesh … Please visit Carpe Diem’s post more information about this versatile artist in the meantime … below is an interesting Vpost by Ms Kala Ramesh, and Dr Jayashree Rajagopalan, where they magically blend the art of haiku with the art of Bharat Natyam dance … this is part one.

 

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14 thoughts on “Writing with Kala Ramesh – a new moon sky – March 15, 2015

  1. There’s always something magical in the way you weave words together and juxtapose them with your images. I love this particular photo and the mood you create with your well-chosen words. You’re truly gifted! Thank you, Bastet!

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  2. Beautiful, beautiful — that midnight owl gives me the shivers!
    I’ve bookmarked the video for later — want to give it the attention it deserves. Very neat that she’s explaining Chiyo-Ni at the end! 😀

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    • LOL …Thanks for you wonderful compliment Janice. This is why I sometimes haiku a response … there are just so many fantastic pieces that people write and it gets hard to keep on saying … beautiful and fantastic or cool …

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