Ramesh Anand

(07-12-1980 / Kumbakonam)

Dream Season


spring dream
a rooster stirs the stillness
into dawn

calmness...
jogging into
the spring dawn

hot spring bath –
the nibbling fish
tingle my skin

waterfall
I photograph
its mist of spring

train pane mist
she rubs on
the other side

spring rain
the scent of green in
the dawn breeze

february full moon
the beach tides deepen
the voice of children

spring moon
the scent of jasmine
spreading in the night

Submitted: Sunday, April 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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