POEM: Kashmiri Haiku



mountain torn in twain

a ridge rended like a child’s

paper crafts project

the shikara slips

through inky predawn waters

a bare bulb aim point

burbling waters

ubiquitous, mountain soul

resonate to it

a glacier-fed lake

mirror clear until fog forms

filling the valley

foal copies its mom

grazing on neat pasture land

it’s never rushed


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