9/03/2010

P K Padhy

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Pravat Kumar Padhy, India

Born in India, professionally a Petroleum Geologist, poems widely published and anthologized. Literary work referred in Spectrum History of Indian Literature in English, Alienation in Contemporary Indian English Poetry etc. Short Poems, Haiku and Tanka appeared in number of literary journals (both print and web) in USA, UK,Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Africa including World Haiku Review, LYNX, Akita International Haiku Network, Poetry Pages, The Notes From the Gean, The Four Seasons of Haiku, Poetbay, Dreamer’s Reality, Anglo-Japanese Society (Tanka Online), Ambrosia, Sketchbook , Atlas Poetica and others.
A short write-up on haiku appeared on Blogging Along Tobacco Road.


P K Padhy BLOG

http://pkpadhy.blogspot.com/2010/01/pearls-of-word.html



Akita International Haiku Network
3.11 Haiku from P K Padhy, India / 2011/10/22


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creation is mystical
vast value of life
compressed in a seed


World Haiku Review, vol. 7,Issue 2, August, 2009


Dog is misspelled
the child discovered
the Great

LYNX-Aha Poetry, XXV:1 February, 2010



desert land
measuring sand dune height
a lone lizard


The Notes From the Gean, Vol.2, Issue 1,June 2010



petals smile
honey reaches hives
bees muse


The Writer’s Literary Muse, Vol.1, Issue 1, June 2010



rainy day
mud escapes
between toes


Ambrosia, Journal of Fine Haiku, Issue 5, Summer 2010


fruit seller
returns with light weight
late evening


Sketchbook, July-August, 2010



merry time
children in the open ground
collecting rain


Kokako – 13 (In Press)


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crow sails
on the rhino’s back
a new journey

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frogs--
colour jumps
across the pond

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drenched hair
musing her impression
first rain


The Four Seasons of Haiku, Spring, 2010

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winter clouds
warmth of coffee cup
all squeeze closely

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early dawn hour
a gap in the milky way
first tooth fall


The Four Seasons of Haiku, Winter, 2010


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proudly declares
a lonely leaf on top of the tree
it’s still alive


Akita International Haiku Network, January, 2009


sudden wind
falling leaves meet
in one corner


Berry Blue Haiku, September, 2010 (In Press)



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2 comments:

R.K.SINGH said...

I'm glad Gabi san has included your haiku on India Saijiki. Your merit is recognised in world poetry. God bless
R K

P K Padhy said...

Respected Prof. Singh,
Many thanks for your kind words.I simply follow the poetic image you have portrayed to the contemporary literary world.

kids--
holding the branch
push the wind

P K Padhy