Haiku/ Micro poems (Gandhian Philosophy)

Tejinder Sethi
Sabarmati Ashram
spokes of a charkha 
spin silence
sea breeze
taste of swaraj
in the grains of salt

all wars aren’t fought 
on blood

amrit kaal
 yet an eye
for an eye 

weaving words
I become the change
I wish to see  

Bio: Tejinder Sethi: A nutritionist by profession Teji transitioned from micronutrients to micro poems. Charmed by the brevity and doha-like essence of haiku, she became a disciple of haikai. Her bilingual poems have found home in journals of national and international repute. She has authored a chapbook, uncharted roads (2020), a collection of haikai moss laden walls (2021), and co-edited the anthology by Triveni Haikai India, amber i pause (2023). She is the founding editor of Triya, a bilingual space for haiku, tanka and micro poems.

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