D’s Poetry

D’s Poetry : Haiku 78 : Zappai

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss yet another form of poetry from Japan – Zappai. आवाज़ दो, सुनोचार चार दो पांच बजेसांस बंद घर बंद, चलो Divvya Nirula Zappai form of poetry originated in Japan and is said to have been born from haikai. Lee […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 76 : Online Haiku Generator

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the use of online haiku generators. The internet is a weird and fascinating place. You never know what you might find. And if you’re looking for help – you’ll find it in many different forms. For all the young […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 75 : Heron’s Nest

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the famous online Haiku journal, Heron’s Nest. आग न शोला तबकिरणे मगन मगनतुम चुप – मैं चुप , वोह? Divvya Nirula The Heron’s nest is an online quarterly journal dedicated predominantly to Haiku. It was founded in 1999 by […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 74 : Jane Reichhold

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Jane Reichhold. l’étreinte d’un amantje danse en jardin des fleursL’agression Divvya Nirula Jane Reichhold was born in 1937, in Ohio, United States. Her father, John Howard, was a banker, and her mother was Erma […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 73 : Richard Wright

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Richard Wright. c’est une part le justeLe jardin, le plus grande, fois deuxChez du bien et mal Divvya Nirula Richard Nathaniel Wright was born in 1908, in Mississippi, United States. His grandparents were born […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 72 : Matsuyama Declaration

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the contents of the Matsuyama Declaration. Jump, scratch, taste and singthe woodpecker arrives , think!Tip, Tap, touch, L’etranger? Divvya Nirula The Matsuyama Declaration came into existence in September 1999. It was drafted by the Coordination Council of Matsuyama in […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 71 : Gary Snyder

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Gary Snyder. Standing here, look naughtThe tree is breathing againFor Bodies dead lay Divvya Nirula Gary Sherman Snyder was born in San Francisco, California, in 1930. He attended Reed College, Portland, where he earned […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 70 : Edith Shiffert

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Edith Shiffert. ça ça appelleSalut, Bonjour, Coucou mes amiesça arrivé, Le Variant Divvya Nirula Edith Shiffert was born in 1916, in Toronto, to John Benjamin Marcombe and Annie Marie Drew. Her family migrated to […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 69 : Sonia Sanchez

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Sonia Sanchez. The shadows creep-up,Monkey sounds – those make me stay,Take my hand, weep-walk. Divvya Nirula Sonia Sanchez was born Wilsonia Benita Driver in 1934, in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Surviving a tough childhood […]
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D’s Poetry : Haiku 67 : Raymond Roseliep

D’s Poetry is a living archive of all poetry penned by me, Divvya Nirula. Join me on this journey today as we discuss the life and work of Raymond Roseliep. The Pride Flocks in droves,The doves are kept at bay, smile!For you are next – FLY! Divvya Nirula Raymond Roseliep was born in 1917 in Iowa, United State. His parents were John […]
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