July 6, 2017

Three Haiku by Rajnish Mishra

Walls, white-washed, white floor
white ceiling: shroud, corpse sits through
days, life-long, alone.

Days are long, short nights.
Lights dim help slip down the slope-
Sleep, you wake to die. 

Crossing long deserts 
of pages, poetry-oasis.
I reach; forever stay.

Rajnish Mishra is a poet, writer, translator and blogger born and brought up in Varanasi, India. He is the editor of PPP Ezine, a poetry ezine. He has a blog on poetry, poetics and aesthetic: pleasure: https:/poetrypoeticspleasure.wordpress.com.

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