I walk farther
into the womb of time:
Previously published--A Hundred Gourds, 3:2, March 2014
the tumbling river notes . . .
Previously published--A Hundred Gourds, 2:3, June 2013
burning ghat . . .
from the depths of grief
my friend's off-key tune
Previously published--Modern Haiku, 45:1, Winter 2014
falling leaves . . .
if only sorrows could be
contained in a palm
Previously published--Lakeview International Journal of Literature and Arts, Summer 2013
Kala Ramesh writes haiku, tanka, senryu, haibun and renku. She has over 1200 verses published in various reputed journals all over the world. As external faculty member of the Symbiosis International University, Kala conducts a 60-hour haiku module for undergraduates. Kala has initiated what she calls the "HaikuWALL India" project, where she gets school children and college students to paint haiku on walls. Kala is also the Modern Haiku Editor for Under the Basho & the Editor of “Youth Corner” for Cattails, a journal from United Haiku & Tanka Society.