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Ravi A Palakkad - Kerala / India, Male, 59
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  • POEM: The Lamplighter by Robert Louis Stevenson (5/1/2015 11:32:00 PM)

    How simple but how effective! If we can have such visions throughout our life, how blessed shall be all of us! Actually, in the run of our life, we lose such poise of mind. This is the very problem. There is always a child sleeping deep within us throughout our life and if that child is able acknowledge the simplicity of life, well, this world will definitely be with less amount of quarrels and wars. Let us all try to wake up that child who is but sleeping at the moment.

  • POEM: Selfie With Spring Flowers! by Swamidhason Francis (5/1/2015 1:18:00 PM)

    As I progressed my reading, I caught a glimpse of Wordsworth's poem and then I saw you mention about it! My personal view is that poetry needn't be lengthier as prose. They call it blank verses but I to my mind, poetry can be more rhyming and musical. Rhyme and music will directly go to our heart and sing there and stay there for generations. That is the beauty of such verses. So, as poets, we may try to concentrate on these area. You may have your views but I am giving you some food for your thoughts. Another view which I want to share with you is that if we can omit proper nouns like Bollywood or Kollywood in our poetry, we may universalize the theme. Proper nouns often limit our themes to a limited focus. More than presenting a theme as part of a description, if we can universalize the same theme by a different presentation, such poetry will definitely stay for generations.

  • POEM: The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost (4/28/2015 12:44:00 PM)

    Many people are like that. They wish to take challenges in life and make stunning discoveries as they travel by the less beaten path. A poem with a message.

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