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Ravi A
Ravi A Palakkad - Kerala / India, Male, 60
Profession :
State Bank of India staff.
Education :
BSc - graduation in Physics
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  • POEM: Dark Days by Mark Bell (4/4/2016 1:17:00 PM)

    Poets can't be pessimistic like this. This is a truth. When are these dark days going to end so long as we just go on repeating the same idea? If we are positive, we will begin to see the lighter side of life. Our attitude counts a lot in this matter. It has become after a fashion for many of our poets to complain about life. If our poets are also just lamenting like any other man, then, what is the difference between a poet and a layman?

  • POEM: Painful Mind To Which I'm Blind by Mark Bell (4/4/2016 1:11:00 PM)

    When you are hearing the voices of your parents, where is the trouble after all? Do they also trouble you with any double thoughts? See, what you have described is everybody's life as well. There is nothing extraordinary about it. Monopoly monopoly I am always in charge - this is the real area of all troubles. Why do we challenge and monopolize the world unnecessarily? This life is for everybody. Everybody requires his space for his existence. So, there is no question of any monopoly. This is only commonsense. So long as we may try to live only for us, there will be mental conflicts like this. Sharing is life. No religious book ever teaches us to monopolize the world for our own existence. Do they?

  • POEM: Sinatra Cool by Edmund V. Strolis (4/2/2016 12:19:00 PM)

    A finely penned poem depicting the person that is Frank Sinatra and the concluding line is very philosophic.

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