World Haiku Series 2022 (7) Haiku by Anita Bacha (Mauritius)

Haiku by Anita Bacha

My Hiroshima

White doves fly in blue sky

Oleanders in bloom

Rime of winter days

Stranded banyan hibernates

Through curtain of light

Blue morning glory

Blossoming delicately 

Outside my window

Exploding sunset

The forest is set ablaze

Flames of red and gold

On the wings of dawn

Pretty sunflowers unfold

Summer morn kudos 

Summer day in Mauritius

Aroma of scents

I look around for the blooms

My mother’s garden

Cyclonic downpours

Sugarcane fields are flooded

Planters bend their arms

Surya Namaskar

Sleek mountain bluebells bending

In morning prayer

Scattered broken clouds

Flying like a bird above

The mind-blowing Alps

Mid-October breeze

Orange leaves of persimmon

Cling to the old tree

 Inspired by Nature

Short bio

Anita Bacha was born in Mauritius and she presently lives in London, England.

Hence her writing reflects her appurtenance to these two countries.

By profession, she is a Barrister at Law; a retired Senior Magistrate, she spends her time reading, writing, and traveling.

A published writer of seven books of different genres, she started to write haiku after she read the book ‘On Love and Barley’ by the great Master of Haiku, Matsuo Basho.

Greatly inspired by the life and work of Basho, she wrote and published a collection of Haiku earlier in 2022.

She continues to write haiku that she publishes on social media. 

3 thoughts on “World Haiku Series 2022 (7) Haiku by Anita Bacha (Mauritius)

  1. Madam Anita, Your thoughts are still in active as in young age, and the love with the beautiful nature is good one.

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