Haikus by Goirick


forlorn pine tree,  float

like a memory in breeze

before riots began


another dkhar dies

khasi brothers mourn the death

of a december


at Ballimaran

rain floods the floor of a house

lovers look away


ice mirrors the moon

silhouetted by the trees

Kangra never sleeps


sun peeps out of clouds

flags paint a rainbow, candles

count immolation

Goirick Brahmachari lives in New Delhi, India. He hails from Silchar, Assam. His poems have appeared in North East Review, Nether, Pyrta Journal, Raedleaf Poetry, Coldnoon Quarterly and The Four Quarters Magazine.

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