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hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 19,419 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

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  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/8/2010 6:02:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 7/8/2010 11: 35: 00 AM
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    Poem: 21872772 - A never ending
    Member: Bose Perumal
    Comment: Life is a puzzle and always a novelty which is the very essence and thus it is unique. once when yama questioned Yudhistra(Dharma) in Mahabharatha,
    Which is the most strange thing in this universe? for which he answered, it is none other than man himself. why? He could have answered, it is God or the universe itself. he didnt venture into the unknown. But the imminent and the known man is too complicated and mysterious to understand. Right from birth he knows he is being trailed by the shadow of death! But even then he is so mightily blatant and believes himself to be eternal and all powerful and his insane selfishness goes even to the extent of wrecking other lives and the whole world itself. That too for no concrete reason than his own flimsy and ficle self esteem and pride. Is it not the most strange thing? I believe that life is a mystery and how we can make it a history? only by understanding life in the right spirit. see! How nonchalant and abrasive is mankind even in the face of total annihilation that threats and looms in the form of 'Global Warming'. Man doesnt understand rightly unless he can find the right way and solution to erase all misery and problems.

    Please kindly go through my poems and fend me a feedback.

    yours lovingly
    P.Bose 07/07/2010



    Date & Time: 7/8/2010 11: 22: 00 AM
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    Poem: 21725273 - A 500th poem
    Member: Bose Perumal
    Comment: Poet must find space in real scene
    It must have reflection and clearly seen
    My work may be judged tomorrow
    I must have simple ethics to follow

    in one of my poems i have the conclusive couplet written likewise.

    Even the plainest verse must propound
    The hard realities of the day.

    The unturned pages of tomorrow
    Must avoid the pangs of sorrow.

    A poet can either escape into an ethereal world or drown himself in the whirlpool turmoil of the society. The first attitude attempts to have harmony and self-revelation. it needs insight and a soaring spirit. But the second needs a tough spirit and a soft conscience. It has to fight without reason and passion to fulfill the Promise of a devoted soul and spirit to search endlessly for the answer. it is the search for creating a newer world which will make this world a haven and if possible a heavan to live in. such souls fight, knowing fully well, that they are fighting a losing battle. yet they do it with an affirmation that their noble vision and mission will be acknowledged by the world and it will appease the soul that had had fought desperately but undauntedly. anyway in a battle one can win while the other loses. it is noble to fight a losing battle rather than be a coward and a slave without salvation.

    Yours lovingly
    P.Bose 07/07/2010



    Date & Time: 7/8/2010 11: 07: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23848288 - A attempt to lie
    Member: Bose Perumal
    Comment: A treatise, a dessertation on the inner conflict and the innate being of the human spirit and soul.it is a picturisation of the possible attainment of a blemishless spirit and a blisful soul. But this world is too much complex and an individual is fickle and feeble before its oddities. inspite the soul dares to reach out for the impeccable and the impossible. that is attainment of blissful conscience which is possible only by being true to oneself and his surrounding world. its almost a theatrical drama of the conflict between Satan and God. Both are perhaps equal. But they differ in only one aspect. that is 'truthfulness' and 'falsitude'. A poem that cracks on any one to look deep into oneself and beyond!

    Yours lovingly
    P.Bose 07/07/2010

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  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/7/2010 11:41:00 PM)

    Re: Hand in hand

    I know I could never write in another language..but you are doing extrememly well for someone not born here..Keep them coming..lol and God bless..Valentine

    © Valentine

    Wed Jul 07,2010 6: 58 am

    Re: An abortion bid
    by Voni on July 7th,2010,6: 56 pm
    Great piece, I so agree but take a different approach...if someone doesn't want children, he/she should take precautions before the pregnancy can occur. And if pregnancy comes despite all sensible means of prevention, then
    take this 'miracle' as a gift from God and grow with it. thanks for sharing, Jadia, did you ever post at WordChimes?

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/7/2010 5:51:00 AM)

    read a lesson on why God permitted sin to enter the world, i know now that i appreciate the fact that sin that can be justified ceases to be sin...its no wonder that after our first parents sinned they justified themselves and blamed everything else around them! i cannot say i never lie, and justifiable or not, it still remains a lie...only those that have been wounded, can help a beggar along the way...its ok my dear, for through forgiveness we can put the past behind us and look forward to a better, lies free future...
    may those you wrong everyday see the diamond in you and through advice offered in love polish it to much brilliance
    thank you for sharing!

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/6/2010 8:48:00 PM)

    From : Louie -Love & Peace- Levy (California United States; Male; 84)
    To : hasmukh amathalal
    Date Time : 7/6/2010 5: 34: 00 PM (GMT -6: 00)

    Subject : Miss ', I really miss#(in 500)

    Thank you for your comment. My essay-prose was written and published 5 years ago when I felt that some intelligent humanity was ready, looking at itself in the proverbial, controversial religious mirror. I manage to discover it to print in long forgotten old file. It seems that you agreed, all faith are for sale, paid with some varied hellish torcherous debt for sinning.

    I was totally bored with your 'Miss' poem like lyric since, your random felt emotions were set aside, waiting for every other line of thought to Rhyme, ever so literally perfect. Each sentence a composed, distracted 'thought; , where 'Miss' became the title of a well solicited for,100 and 50 comments. You did better at getting that many favorable, short opinions. I could not get past 8 lines with any interest to read further.

    As for The Burial one?
    Are you feeling THAT miserable as to create such original morbid metaphors, expecting to get a prize of 'Sadism'? Having your readers sulk in your own contaminant depression?
    Please know, that as a WW II Vet, I write for Peace, where Love, Empathy and Compassion are the real enemies of 'Hate and War'.

    As for your prophesy poem? I relate as to where a poem, essay, prose or Rhyme is said to be of great literary value when it's not understood. Many classic authors like Shakespeare, played with words other than to mean what was intended. His critics continue to debate at to what his poems, plays and 14 line sonnets were about. He loved to bait and switch his reader's minds, like a riddle left with some debatable answer.

    My wise professor editor Dr Santosh Kumar selected the following quote;
    Horace (65 B.C.-8B.C.) aptly commented: 'Let your theme be what it may, provided it be simple and uniform; choose a theme suited to your powers, ye authors.' Beyond all doubt Levy's theme sprouts out of his deep instinctive wisdom, which inspires him to say that we should be aware:

    Prophet, profiteer, and activist

    All are one and the same

    ('Prophets And Predictions', Taj Mahal Review, June 2006, p.21)

    --

    I looked for your Bio, What with as many poems you've written, what does it take to title your name on one. Let your readers know who you REALLY are, or not proud to be so identified. I chose not to publicly comment nor will I ever rate any poem from 1-10. An ignorant flawed educational measure of intelligence and creativity.

    Had you not gotten the drift of my long essay, I would have not taken time to offer my honest opinions now privately.

    We need all read, with listening hearts and clear concieved vision

    Best wishes.

    louie levy

    http: //www.cyberwit.net/louie.htm

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/6/2010 7:23:00 AM)

    Date & Time: 7/6/2010 5: 06: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23689151 - A basis for philosophy
    Member: Rabia Fazal
    Comment: Dear Friend,
    You are an owner of great mind.You are very talented and have written this poem beautifully.Keep up the good work sir.



    Date & Time: 7/6/2010 4: 50: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23815421 - A hand in hand
    Member: Wassila Nader
    Comment: nice to read this
    thanks for sharing :)



    Date & Time: 7/6/2010 4: 49: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23779426 - A blatant lie
    Member: Derick Murunga
    Comment: wow! this rhyme scheme is amazing, it creates musicality out of nowhere. This poem is outstanding. its long and yet not boring

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/4/2010 10:02:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 9: 12: 00 PM
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    Poem: 23779426 - A blatant lie
    Member: Rosse Nor
    Comment: Lies and untruth mostly comes from people we trust and close and that's nature they will take our love and care for ride & granted.
    ' We shut our eyes when realize the gravity
    We may soon find out its utility
    It may not find favor for its continuity
    There develops cracks in unity'
    the most real expression and i really happy to read this poem over and over again. It is so simple yet complicated caused everybody hide their betrayal deep within themself and shall have no confession from them ever.
    Believe me, your poem is 100% tally with what I use to face, betrayal frm friends & family and it's hurt me most.
    They are worst than our enemy and you put it in simple words that they are back-stabber and that's fact nobody can deny.
    excellent as the most real to the type of betrayal and treason frm close friend or family.
    10 for you.

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/4/2010 8:37:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 12: 50: 00 PM
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    Poem: 23749825 - A dominating force
    Member: Caio Louback
    Comment: the condition where the female role in society stands is similar to anything paradoxal in our world. it's interesting to find that women are the ones who bare life, give life, give birth to every human life and still they are to this day treated as inferior.



    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 12: 44: 00 PM
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    Poem: 23718177 - A polluted thoughts
    Member: Caio Louback
    Comment: it's sad that we've come to this point, isn't it?

    how did we get here anyway?



    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 7: 22: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23657112 - A regret for love
    Member: Rohit Sharma
    Comment: I just searched for a poem on Love in your list of 500 :) and found this one... Brilliant.... They way you express yourself..the usage of words..its all exceptional..lot to learn from you Sir..



    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 7: 19: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23689151 - A basis for philosophy
    Member: Rohit Sharma
    Comment: Its so Amazing that you think such concepts....We can learn a lot from your poems and you as a poet...



    Date & Time: 7/4/2010 7: 17: 00 AM
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    Poem: 23694579 - A belief not common
    Member: Rohit Sharma
    Comment: I just people in this world become more human....we have to spread a message of humanity....This world is loosing its beauty...We need people to understand your poem and bring a change...Thanks for sharing this poem...10 10 10 and clap clap clap

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/3/2010 8:22:00 PM)

    on Nice to recall by jadia4708au, on June 25
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    trust i need no wine i always feel fine when i go to dine te rhyme keeps coming and its not forced at alll it flows nicely a playful quality that works so very well oh it works

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/1/2010 5:53:00 AM)

    Recent Comments on your Poems

    Today 12.07
    enjoyed reading this piece...and a lot of food for thought here too...great poem. on Nice end to finish
    From Scarlett Angel Today 12.07
    30 Jun
    there is much truth to what you write. 'Love and to be loved should guide the princple' Very sound words of advice! good day to you! : -) on Fine good morning
    From whirlingdervish 30 Jun
    29 Jun
    very well written and very honest. I really enjoyed it. on Endless nights
    From Marieta Maglas 29 Jun
    28 Jun
    very nice..meaningful..it sounds that you miss someone...hmmmm on Unable to understand
    From lady grace 28 Jun
    25 Jun
    interesting rhyming lessons for everyone..the butcher, the baker and the candle stick maker.... on Direct poser
    From Nikunj 25 Jun
    The length of this poem and the rhymes are amazing! ! ! ! on Direct poser
    From sridevi 25 Jun
    24 Jun
    i do not agree with the whole poem but maybe rest assured that i agree with most of the thought presented here... maybe 90% or above... on Aim in life
    From Obed Dela Cruz 24 Jun
    Very interesting and thought provoking piece to read! on Aim in life
    From T A Ramesh 24 Jun

  • Gold Star - 19,419 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (6/29/2010 5:54:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 6/29/2010 5: 42: 00 PM
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    Poem: 23739958 - At and each moment
    Member: Alicia Moore
    Comment: Life is a proposal 4 better or 4 worse this poem extends the meaning, the understanding. Just n case u dont know wat i mean... its good: ]



    Date & Time: 6/29/2010 5: 30: 00 PM
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    Poem: 23703457 - A nice to recall
    Member: Kial Whitmire
    Comment: Such a tantalizing poem! Very appealing to the minds of the many readers my friend, keep this work

Ragging

Universities and campus prepare their grave,
In the guise of education they put front brave,
Bur on ground of morality they cave in,
Line drawn clear but education thin,

Great fall in standard and knowledge lagging,
More efforts on fashion and thrust on ragging,
Many loose their lives on name of flogging,
It is blot or shame and prestige more dragging,

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