K. Ramesh has an irrepressible childlike sensibility in his poems, evidenced in this, his first full-length collection (Red Moon Press, 2007), that reminds us that the world is only complicated through our making it so, and that there are rewards to our not doing so.
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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Jim Kacian, and are used with permission.
power failure — closing the book I listen to raina yellow leaf touching the green ones on its way downabandoned dog . . . looking at the face of every pedestrianNew Year’s Eve — a man digging a pit strikes his shadowdrifting clouds — the exam hall bright sometimesshe says life is . . . as I pass by the couple