Amit Ray

Rookie - 127 Points (United Kingdom)

Comments about Amit Ray

  • Rookie Www. (9/10/2012 9:20:00 AM)

    I like the way you tell things. From the cobweb of verse at times someone must come to fight the cause of good prose with poetic charm. You have enough reasons to tell things which are sometimes not cared for. Your themes have a power to withstand the test of time as true writings pertain to human saga of all seasons. Thanks Mr Amit Roy for being here. All the best..

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  • Rookie - 34 Points The Lastdon (9/2/2012 4:29:00 PM)

    I understand and I am always considerate about ones religion amit and can see how you may question a version of the lord told by wicked men who will do the most vile things, but i will always keep my faith in god because it is all we have and i hope he will have mercy on the sinners, liars and tempts that we are.

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (8/13/2012 1:19:00 AM)

    Khushi Throne (indina United States; Male; 22)
    Aamit Rothschild
    Date Time:
    8/7/2012 12: 29: 00 PM (GMT -6: 00)
    Re: an imposter

    honorable poet,
    i love ur *****....GHOST.....****
    wow nice
    and i thing u r very creative mind and other hand i want to say that
    nice index of u choose it

  • Rookie Rachel Streek (7/31/2012 4:51:00 AM)

    You claim to us jehovahs witnesses well tell you that you are wrong. For one we do belive Jesus came to earth in flesh he was born by Mary and raised in the name of our true god Jehovah. You read stirrings of fools of apostates which is what you are. We speak no lies only truth. You are the work of the devil

  • Rookie Rachel Streek (7/31/2012 4:25:00 AM)

    I cant stand this person. He messages me to read one of his poems that slags of my country then continues to message me slagging off my queen, insults my religion and my job and my intelligence. He is a nasty person full of hatred.

  • Gold Star - 12,234 Points Ramesh Rai (7/23/2012 11:14:00 PM)

    I m thinking since long to comment something about my frnd. Amit. Really, he is fantastic. he has got so many qualities, an engineer, a poet, a philosopher, a fore sighter, a politician and above all a nice frnd and a humble person. he is also a patriot and a person thinking about all. he is also fearless and never fear to criticize the evils.
    I pray the Almighty for his bright future.

  • Rookie - 3 Points Ajit Chaliha (6/1/2012 9:19:00 AM)

    Hi Amit, for sometime now I have been trying to read your poem 'In Scents of Women'. Myself, a person who highly appreciate the many qualities of the fairer sex, both good and bad, and everything in between, I was looking for descriptions of the physical nature of women. But a poet's mind is a riddle itself and how the poet feels, and what he wants to convey and express requires a small note from him to help readers like me. I read the whole poem but your note would have been most welcome. Best wishes

  • Freshman - 710 Points Shahzia Batool (4/24/2012 8:07:00 PM)

    WHAT I SAW HERE! ! !

    Poetics, Politics, Philosophy n History! ! !

    Generally speaking, his work can be read at many levels:
    The myth of his structural apprehension is applicable not only to English but to Urdu language as well...he lays his hand on complex first (i might be mistaken perhaps) he seems to be a...Mushkil-pasand... poet...In Urdu, in a traditional sense, HIS is a voice of every heart-passionate, compassionate n humane; Intezaar, the awaiting; n Haaste zakham, the ' laughing wounds, '...the use of Persian compound, possessive phrases needs to be checked a dil-e dastan; and nadaan -e-dil.

    In English, more than a poet, he appears like an activist, a pacifist or a humanitarian with an individual vision n perception rather than a poet. Like Shaw's plays of ideas, n Russell's essays of ideas, he uses poetry as a platform for sharing his Ideas and his own world.In English, esoteric wisdom is mostly exhibited; while in urdu it's more English, verbosity is the work that does not look erudite n recondite literally but it can be used for vocabulary-building in a positive sense for young learners n humble language learners like me but it is unlike Wordsworth's theory of poetic-diction where he says that the diction of poetry should be within the reach of even a layman; in Urdu, really one feels like having the editing as a double-steering car (but that's not the issue) .

    Government.... is a Machiavellian image..a personification, with witty word-play, , of course by Wordsworth's theory i dont mean something, , modern mind, definitely seeks after something CLOSER to life...since it's not the time of singing hymns TO NATURE IN pagan adoration...still who can remain blind to some of his beautiful verses - A christmas -singing her soprano; Bonnie cat; a prayer; a subterfuge; gondola; and Women with wonderful play of metaphor, are lovely poems...there's much to be deciphered what resides there in the deep-structure of the poet's mind! ! !

  • Veteran Poet - 1,092 Points Unwritten Soul (10/2/2011 8:57:00 AM)

    The ray he spots on object make anything very detailed and clear. Just pick anything, Amit will easily describe them all with the best chosen words. Intelligent is undeniable and inseparable in Amit's works, proving that the ray really coming from Amit's mind. The universal issue, really transparent in many of this peace lover writing products. I always saying he maybe an IT engineer but need to remember Amit is the great writer with the luminescence mind..Glowing and spark to light.I pay my respect for the courageousness, humanity, expanding love definition. I amazed how Amit managed to critic other poets' work with his limited/busy time with that bright comments. Amit Ray really got striking ray. Keep inspiring us Amit! ! _Unwritten Soul

  • Rookie Ahmed Khaled (10/1/2011 10:43:00 AM)

    fly amit
    fly friend
    you have the wings
    of poetry
    and you have the hands
    of friendship
    i love you amit
    i love you my friend.....................



The augury of him in Crimea was so
That Ekaterina said she was tired of sandwiches
But I did have black tea, black Latvian bread with her black Ikra near Black Sea
Hundreds of kilometres from Kiev and from Moscow in Odessa where heresy breaches

I beated her wings in no confinement, in no vituperation
She flew flower to flower to no destination

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