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hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/3/2013 7:39:00 PM)

    LaSoaphia QuXazs I had many, I mean many problems in my life, but I just know that I had to go through and every night I expected a better tomorrow, and now I have the best life. However until I get here, I had a very hard life. Now I know that I will never have that, because I believe in a betterment. Wishing you well always. I call it challenges what we have to solve and go on, and never do anything why we can be sorry later. However, we have to learn something useful from everything in our life, because that is the place where we are now, we cannot fly out of it.
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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (4/28/2013 7:37:00 PM)

    Jen Walls, Sukmawati Komala, Abdul Wahab and 18 others like this.

    Jen Walls As our brother and fellow poet, great soul Hasmukh Mehta, never fails to deliver...he has quickly found a way inside many hearts! After reading him for only the past eight months, and witnessing many times the superb wonderment he so easily and consist...See More
    April 1 at 11: 49am · Edited · Like · 2

    Chryssa Velissariou My friend Hasmukh Mehta is a great man blessed with the grace of poetry too. I 'm honored to feel him as a true friend and he is a great inspiration for me. He is an unstoppable humanistic voice far beyond his time and place.
    April 1 at 2: 11pm · Like · 2

    Nasrudheenp Parameswaran I meet him at Museindia.com, Poemhunter.com and Poetreak.com My congratulations.
    April 1 at 4: 10pm · Edited · Like · 3

    Aparna Pathak he is not only a great poet but a great person too...! !
    April 1 at 5: 22pm · Like · 4

    Heather Burns Mr. Hasmukh Mehta, is an excellent writer. He is always concerned with society as a whole, in which he writes constantly about. He writes with great compassion. The reader will never be disappointed when reading his work. We welcome Hasmukh to our group of global poets.
    April 2 at 4: 59am · Edited · Like · 3

    Heather Burns thanks Tribhawan Kaul for your wonderful write up.
    April 4 at 1: 27am · Edited · Like · 1

    Floy Dy Ra A very well written & true tribute to my very dear friend Hasmukh Mehta ji. Many of us like your ink coming directly out of your heart. Your straightforward character and humanity for women and men are often an inspiring example. It´s a really great pleasure to read you & to get your wonderful responds in return as a poet and a true human
    April 2 at 4: 56pm · Like · 2

    Belinda Hutcheson CONGRATULATIONS HASMUKH]]]]]]]
    April 3 at 7: 57am · Like · 2

    Sukmawati Komala Congratulation dear poet Hasmukh Mehta
    April 3 at 11: 37am · Like · 2

    Jahan Zaib That is true. He is a remarkable person.
    April 4 at 7: 37pm · Like · 2

    Sadiqullah Khan I am a fan of Hasmukh.
    April 5 at 12: 08pm · Like · 2

    Denis Brezik great poet great write
    April 5 at 12: 52pm · Like · 3

    Jen Walls Miss you dear Hasmukh...hope you come back very soon!
    April 8 at 4: 09am · Edited · Like · 2

    R K Chowdary Jasti I agree with you Tribhawan Ji and appreciate your detailed write about Hasmukh Mehta Ji and all the views written about him by the friends around here and he is a very good poet indeed with his social concern and I was enjoying his poetry which is i...See More
    April 9 at 2: 05pm · Like · 3

    Rahen Aman here, Hasmukh mehataji, see an article on you....
    April 25 at 7: 50pm · Like · 2

    Tribhawan Kaul Havn't see Hasmukh Mehta Ji posting poems for quite some time.?
    April 25 at 7: 54pm · Like · 3

    Rahen Aman he is back now, when we posted this he was out for some serious family reason, , so now i want him to see this article..
    April 25 at 7: 56pm · Like · 3

    Tribhawan Kaul OK. Thanks.
    April 25 at 7: 57pm · Like · 2

    Heather Burns I noticed he has posted one poem. I AM BACK
    April 25 at 7: 57pm · Like · 4

    Rahen Aman you are right Ma'am..
    April 25 at 7: 58pm · Like · 2

    Rahen Aman Hasmukh Mehta jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, where are you and how are you now? we all want to see your lovely face, oh, voice through your poem..Mehtajiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
    April 25 at 8: 00pm · Like · 2

    Heather Burns Rahen, I have sent Hasmukh a message to please see his bio. I hope he answers.
    April 25 at 8: 10pm · Edited · Like · 2

    Rahen Aman yes, you are right and i knew that, , , , , ,
    April 25 at 8: 13pm · Like · 1

    Hasmukh Mehta In their heart God asked me to have any favor
    “Grant me place in their heart” I murmured
    Let that fragrance be spread to all over
    Then I shall need no prestige or honor
    ...See More
    April 25 at 9: 22pm · Like · 5

    Aparna Pathak welcome back!
    April 25 at 9: 25pm via mobile · Unlike · 3

    Hasmukh Mehta good work

    Andy Lyle3 minutes ago
    good rhyme going eventually
    April 25 at 9: 41pm · Like · 3

    Heather Burns Welcome back dear friend.
    Friday at 4: 39am · Like · 2

    Jen Walls Welcome dear brother, Hasmukh Mehta...we all missed you a bunch...as you held us long in prayer! Love you brother!
    Friday at 6: 58am · Edited · Unlike · 4

    Tribhawan Kaul Welcome back. Hasmukh Mehta Ji.
    Saturday at 12: 15am · Like · 1

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (11/15/2012 7:43:00 PM)

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    Sharif Jhurry, ???sa ?e??ssa???? and 3 others like this.

    ???sa ?e??ssa???? As always agreat realistic with the right dose of philosophy and technically consise poem. A poem from a poet who knows his art well.
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    Charles Darnell What i enjoy most about your work is the power of your observation and the ability to describe in clear and straightforward words.
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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (10/29/2012 7:49:00 AM)

    Sabeen Rashid Weaving magic with your words, aren't you? It's beautiful! !
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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (10/27/2012 9:31:00 PM)

    Allen Rhymeaholic Wilbert and Sophia Brownie like this.

    Sophia Brownie this poem is real life and so very sad. pity most try to turn a blind eye to the world.
    11 hours ago · Unlike · 1....... i feel bad

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (10/27/2012 9:11:00 PM)

    Shahzia Batool there's a curious & sincere blend of attachment & detachment in your attitude Hasmukh ji, i.e detachment from any specific creed and attachment with the humanity at once...your poetry is beyond the bounds of religion, race or culture, but rather yours is a voice of humanity in deplorable plight.
    7 hours ago · Like · 1

  • Jothi Lakshmi (10/18/2012 1:07:00 AM)

    I feel something inside me when i read your poems. You are felt as a man of truth by me. Really you and your poems are immortal.

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (10/7/2012 5:53:00 PM)

    Hello dear Hasmukh! Are you busy? If you have the time...I would love to catch up with you?
    Okay...I will try again when the time is better for you! I wanted to thank you for your poems...lately they seem sweeter and more reflective too! I hope you are well and that you will talk with me again when you feel like it too! Thanks dear!

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (9/19/2012 7:47:00 PM)

    Hasmukh, Thanks for unveiling your sincere soul-searching and introspective loud thinking - in quest of the really good and happy.



    U Atreya Sarma, Secunderabad
    Sep 19,2012


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    “I may be cursed, laughed and called coward
    I shall have more in store to look forward.”

    Indifferent to curse and worldly laughter

    Verily you are a Yogi and a being superior



    But never stop writing rhyming poetry

    There lies your greatness and gallantry



    KH Prabhu, Kumta, Karnaaka - 581343
    Sep 19,2012


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    Mehtaji, quite a great tribute you have paid to the spirit of humanity, human values and the ephemral nature of life. We keep chasing so many things in life and when the chase ends, there's nothing to be found except that a strange all-pervading vairagya sets in...Thanks for sharing.


    Padmaja Iyengar, Secunderabad, A P, India
    Sep 19,2012

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (9/10/2012 7:08:00 PM)

    10 Sept.2012
    TO: Mr. Hasmukh Mehta

    Brought with thee a life without death,
    Which, on thy demise, to us thou bequearh.

    Though Tagore penned down these lines in a different context, these equally apply to Verghese Kurien.
    Rajat Das Gupta


    Rajat Das Gupta, Kolkata
    Sep 10,2012

God, bless only those

I pray the God to shower bless
Who commit more sins and not less
Who are most wanted and dreaded
professional killer and guilty but not pleaded
God only bless those…….

I am feeble and also very weak,
Future not bright and look very bleak
I pledge and vow not to kill

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