Saturday, August 1, 2015

Poetry--By Ramesh Anand--India

mouth open …
the dentist checks
for my payment mode

working from home ...
my child asks if she can
study from home

holidays end
the factory girls’ yield
of gossip

Ramesh Anand is a engineer from Bangalore, India. He works for Philips healthcare as a manufacturing test strategist. His haiku, tanka and haiga have appeared in 15 countries and translated to 8 foreign languages. He released his first book of haiku poetry in 2012 called Newborn Smiles, published by Cyberwit. Akita Sakigake Shimpo President Award, Honorable mention in International Matsuo Bashō Award, Dr. Sandeep Chauhan Commendable Prize by RLP Award 2013 are his latest awards. He is a member of IN haiku group and blogs at


  1. Ramesh,
    Some clever haiku! I liked the 1st and the 3rd ones especially.
    Your new friend,
    David Fox

  2. I really loved your last poem,that one is truly an inspirational piece! What a remarkable group of poetry. Great work,


  3. Hi Ramesh. I enjoyed your poetry. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  4. These are both clever and witty, Ramesh! Much enjoyed. // paul