Celestine NudanuCelestine Nudanu

Year and Place of Birth - 1966, Ghana
Current place of residence - Ghana

Celestine Nudanu graduated from the University of Ghana, Legon with a BA in English and Theatre Arts, and MA degree in International Affairs. She has a budding interest in haiku. Although she says she is a work-in-progress, her debut haiku and senryu collection, Haiku Rhapsodies ranks as the first of its kind to be published in her home, Ghana. 

Blog: http://readinpleasure.wordpress.com/


 

setting sun
light dims over the years
yet my wrinkles glow

Cattails, Collected Works of UHTS - May 2016

insomnia
I pick up the sound
of a fallen leaf

Failed Haiku Issue 8 - August 2016

noonday heat
the priest's words
drip on his cassock

Failed Haiku Issue 8 - August 2016

reunion
a seat still reserved
for my sister

Failed Haiku Issue 9 - September 2016

morning ritual
I sip my coffee
with the breeze

Failed Haiku Issue 9 - September 2016

shooting stars
looking for a lost coin
I forget the sky

Cattails, September 2016 Edition

martial discord
he forgets my birthday
again and again

Failed Haiku Issue 10 - October 2016

eightieth birthday
mother's missing tooth
nestled in the cake

Failed Haiku Issue 10 - October 2016

roadside beggar
among the coins
a cherry blossom

Failed Haiku Issue 10 - October 2016

sunlight
mother’s smile
on her deathbed

Haikuniverse (February 2017)

free education
mother and I learn
the alphabet

Brassbell Haiku Journal (March 2017)

merry-g-round
the dizzying spell
of my son's first smile

Failed Haiku Issue 15 - March 2016

harmattan haze
too many confused minds
in Parliament

Failed Haiku Issue 15 - March 2016