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A. Madhavan Mysuru, Karnataka / India, Male, 83
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  • POEM: A Man Called Marion by Kim Barney (8/17/2016 9:55:00 PM)

    Thanks to poems like this, I learn trivia about people like John Wayne, not in vain, I hope.
    My ID is a gender-free number of ten digits.

  • POEM: Love Can Be Carnal And Eternal by Ananta Madhavan (8/6/2016 1:01:00 AM)

    Thank you, Poet ZS Shweni, for your appreciative comment. You have heartened me. I hope to
    praise your new poems some time. Best wishes. AM

  • POEM: Squiggles And Scrawls And Twisted Sayings by Ananta Madhavan (7/29/2016 10:10:00 PM)

    Dear Friend, Poet Denis Mair, so oriented to the 'fewness of words' in adages of all ages, cultures, 'lingoes': I am truly elated to find your ambidextrous comment on my 'Squiggles'. I offer a 'quote'
    I tried to pass off as a proverb: Some show their wisdom in the choice of their folly.
    In 1968, I wrote a mini-verse about the first snowfall we saw in Beijing. I still like Arthur Waley,
    being too illiterate for Li Po, Po Chu-I and many more originals. Madhavan ('noble and cultured horse'?) .

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