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Rajendran Muthiah
Rajendran Muthiah Porur, Chennai-600116 / India, Male, 65
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Retired Person
Education :
M.A., M.Sc(Psy) M.Phil; PGDTE.
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Rajendran Muthiah's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: Thoughts Dropping Like Dew by RoseAnn V. Shawiak (7/27/2015 4:21:00 AM)

    Thoughts nurture intellect to create visions and to hear the sounds and rhythms of the beautiful nature. Will it be correct to interpret this way, RoseAnn?

  • POEM: The Calm by John Gould Fletcher (7/22/2015 3:29:00 AM)

    The sea is calm in the morning, flashes waves in the afternoon, and a mute blue clutches at his heart. There is a mystical hush in the night. Again the poet goes back to the morning. The structure, simplicity of diction and the calm atmosphere in which the environs of the sea is probed are wonderful.

  • POEM: Silent Sleep The Dead by Valsa George (7/22/2015 3:12:00 AM)

    An wonderful elegiac poem, creating the atmosphere, calm and gloom of Gray's Country's Church Yard. The wind sighs in silent pain in that horror muffled life's tomb. Death is a leveler everybody knows but groans only when it hurls the noose around the neck of those in death-bed. No poet in India or elsewhere has this extraordinary ability of using apt words with effortless ease. Wish you to write poems on newer themes to reach the 1000th milestone.

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