Morning in Santiniketan

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Author: Michael Chacko Daniels
Pages: 128
Year of Publication: 2010
Price: HB Rs 150 / $ 25 (USD), FB Rs 200 / $ 20 (USD)

About the Author:
Michael Chacko Daniels is a former community worker and clown who grew up in Bombay, India. He lives and works in San Francisco. His writing has appeared in Apollo’s Lyre, Cricket Online Review, Grey Sparrow Journal, Hackwriters, Indelible Kitchen and The Battered Suitcase among other journals. He has published three books with Writers Workshop: Split in Two (Poems, 2004), Anything Out of Place Is Dirt (Novel, 2004) and That Damn Romantic Fool (Novel, 2005).


Fall at the Public Library

Outside sycamore
leaves drift: In here the children
round up whole wide worlds

Spring Loaded

Dewdrop holds blue sky
on soft green fig leaf sprouting
above winter brown

Evening in San Francisco

Half a slice of moon –
near the bus stop, flowers turn
a burnt sienna

A review of this collection can be found here. Scroll to the bottom of the page cited.

Introduction, 51 works of haiku, Notes

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