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Tomorrow, I

Tomorrow, I

written by: Sankara Jayanth Sudanagunta

@coffeeandhaiku

 

little caterpillar…

does it know

it will fly?

Sankara Jayanth Sudanagunta

Sankara Jayanth Sudanagunta

Jayanth is passionate about what the haikai poetic forms like haiku and senryu allow a writer to do. Basho's haiku inspire him to look closely at nature and revel in its paradoxical simplicity and complexity. Issa's haiku inspire him to appreciate all life with a sensitivity we afford to our own. To one day write haiku like these great Japanese masters did and provide readers with the transformative experience their haiku do is a life long goal that he intends to pursue. It is also his dream to publish haiku collections one day. His confidence about publishing some day lies not in his own ability but in the world and the universe that is so incredibly complicated and layered that there are bound to be things that truly bring out the best in his creative spirit. His haiku, haiga and senryu have been published in online journals like haikuKATHA, Under the Bashō, Tsuri-dōrō.
Sankara Jayanth Sudanagunta

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