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Valsa George
Valsa George Ernakulam / India, Female, 62
Profession :
Professor
Education :
Post graduate

About Me : My encounter with poetry was sudden. I didnt write a single poem till 2007. It was the fatal year when I happened to be bedridden for about four months. Obviously I was ... more »

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Valsa George's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: You Are Taking Too Much Of Time by Asis Biswas (9/16/2016 12:00:00 PM)

    We come to realize in course of time that many of our thoughts and convictions are baseless.....! Finely put!

  • POEM: Fantasy Or Hallucination by Valsa George (9/16/2016 11:51:00 AM)

    Thank you so much Susan....! ! I feel so bloated up! Your comment is poetry of the first rate! !

  • POEM: 9/11 Clouds by Susan Williams (9/16/2016 11:47:00 AM)

    Leaving an ineradicable stain of fear and horror, the black day comes and goes. But the innocent victims who lost their lives are in a world from which there is no come back.... and how they are sorely missed by their dear ones! We can only pray and hope that another Sept.11th of that sort won't be repeated anywhere in the world. Susan, you have taken your readers once again through that tragedy.... the paper floating gently down between the darkened clouds and the billowing smoke, the scattered heap of rubble, the wounded and panicky survivors, the mutilated and charred bodies....! What a terrific scene you have presented....! The apt choice of words to describe the horrendous scene makes the poem outstanding!

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