Bijay Kant Dubey


Bijay Kant Dubey Poems

361. An Architect 5/6/2015
362. An Armless Hand 8/7/2013
363. An Artist Of Yours 11/4/2013
364. An Assessment Of Indian English Poetry 9/17/2013
365. An English Girl, An English Rose Wanted I, But God Granted It Not Of Getting Her 8/30/2015
366. An English Girl, How Will She In India? (English Language In India) 11/24/2013
367. An English Girl, So Beautiful And Lovely! 12/26/2014
368. An English Maid Or A Red Rose 10/3/2013
369. An English Or American Beauty Want I For My Poetic Inspiration 7/26/2014
370. An English Poet & His Villa Named Poet's Corner 7/10/2014
371. An English Poet I With An Indian Wife 7/21/2014
372. An English-Medium School Here 6/13/2015
373. An Evening Full Of Ghazals 9/29/2014
374. An Experiment With The Bengali Wife- -A Failed Relationship 12/18/2013
375. An India Of The Mud-Houses And The Solitary Country 10/12/2013
376. An Indian Bride 4/23/2016
377. An Indian Charmer And His Cobras 8/3/2016
378. An Indian Cobbler 3/20/2016
379. An Indian English Ph.D. Thesis On Modern Poetry 12/24/2014
380. An Indian English Poet And His Tryst With An Alsatian Dog/ The Indian English Poet And The Englishman's Dog 10/28/2014
381. An Indian English Poet But Without A European Lady 12/7/2014
382. An Indian English Poet But Without An English Wife 8/9/2014
383. An Indian English Poet With His English Dog 3/29/2015
384. An Indian English Poet, His Father Was Not, But He Is Calling Himself An English, A Pucca Sahib 9/14/2014
385. An Indian English Poetess Calling Herself A Sufi/ A Modern Lover City Girl Calling Herself A Sufi English Poetess 11/5/2014
386. An Indian English Poetess, How Bobbed And Cute Am I! You Love Me, Just Love Me 1/27/2015
387. An Indian Fool 8/10/2013
388. An Indian Fool Always In The Guard Of His Wife, Joking With Others 10/26/2014
389. An Indian Girl Wanting To Look Like A Foreigner, Brownish & Glistening 3/2/2015
390. An Indian Hamlet 4/29/2015
391. An Indian Professor Of English/ A Girl From England And America Is A Must For To Be Professor Of English In India 4/4/2015
392. An Indian Sepoy Too Writing Pidgin-Indian English Verses 9/6/2015
393. An Indian Summer, In The Heat And Dust Of It 4/29/2014
394. An Indian Valentine Day Poem 3/9/2014
395. An Indian Yoga Master I Forgot My Yoga On Seeing An American Blonde Practising Yoga 1/3/2016
396. An Indian Yoga Master I Forgot My Yoga On Seeing An American Girl Practising Yoga 1/3/2016
397. An Indian Yogi Or A Bhogi? A Yoga Instructor Or An Indian Sex Guru? 8/5/2014
398. An Interview With Jayanta Mahapatra 10/11/2014
399. An Interview With Jayanta Mahapatra/ How Do They Take The Interview Of Jayanta Mahapatra? 10/7/2014
400. An Intimation About The Footfall/ The Arrival Of A Relative 3/2/2014
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Keki N.Daruwalla’s Crossing Of Rivers And The Keeper Of The Dead

Is a joint volume which has appeared from Oxford Univ. Press in 1991,
Accelerating the study of Daruwalla and his poetry,
The first starts with Boat-ride along the Ganga
Followed by Nightscape, Dawn, Bell-tower,
Beads, Crossing of Rivers, Death of a Bird,
The Fighting Eagles
While the latter inclusive of the poems,
As such Hawk, The Mistress, You, Slipping Past,
The Night of the Jackals, Love among the Pines,
From the Snows in Ranikhet, The Unrest of Desire,
The Parsi Hell, To My Daughter Rookzain, Aag-Matam.

Daruwalla as a poet seems to be a reader...

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Say, Do You Love Me?

Say, do you love me, love me,
Said she in tears,
Wiping them with one hand
And eye-lashes wet with, splashed with tears,
Saw I them slowly and sadly.

Say, do you love me, love me,
Asked she tearfully
And I could not,

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