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Seshu Chamarty

Seshu Chamarty

Born: June 22 1953 in Cherla Bhadrachalam, AP, India
Resides: Hyderabad, India
E-mail: seshu (dot) chamarty (at) gmail (dot) com

Seshu Chamarty was a Bank Officer before he practiced law. He wrote about a dozen articles for New Indian Express newspaper. He wrote poems for U.S. and U.K. anthologies and attended International poetry conventions. He is a University faculty, also trained by U.S. Master Coaches helping clients reach life goals.

Selected Work
streetbeggar . . .
as I fumbled for coins
he requests my credit card
Winter morning…
head to toe my blanket smells
the coffee
a by-product of my No's ...
her handy tool
twilight . . .
a Valentine slips card
under my door
sun journeying
I faltered in my sleep
dawn that side

Credits: "streetbeggar" - Shamrock Haiku Journal, Issue 12; "teardrops" - Muse India, in its featured edition for short verse; "sun journeying" - World Haiku Review, Haiku of Merit; "Winter morning" - Muse India, Your Space; "twilight" - Muse India, Your Space.

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