hasmukh amathalal

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

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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/23/2010 7:34:00 AM)

    Poem: 21934573 - All answers
    Member: John Knight
    Comment: Hi Hasmukh - A very interesting and philosophic poem. V 1 Highlights the fact that 21st C Man is very materialistic and also very dissatisfied with what he has. V 2 The Holy Scriptures say 'Godliness with contentment is great gain'. V 3 We need to consider the situation of the AVERAGE MAN in the World. He has so litle compared with what we have in the UK. A comparison woulld soon make us 'Count our Blessings' for what we take for granted. V 4 A soft life erodes our resisitance and 'The moral fibre is lost'. V 5 In order to have less stress and a degree of mental peace we need to be less of the 'Now Generation' and take a long - term view. V 6 Ambition is a good thing - but it needs to be in persective. V 7 'Rejoice and participate in the thing in the natural way'. We need to take some risk - but we can't fly - remember Icarus. V 8 What great advice and what a great ending 'Doing what comes naturally'. Joy - self fulfillment - satisfaction - no pain - no rejection - So let it be.. Thanks for sharing. yours in poetry - JOHN.

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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/21/2010 12:32:00 AM)

    Date & Time: 3/20/2010 9: 06: 00 PM

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    Poem: 17742708 - A place called
    Member: Bethany Williams
    Comment: Such beauty in a great poem. Great words used in this poem.. I had such a great time reading this....10+++

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/21/2010 12:30:00 AM)

    ate & Time: 3/20/2010 9: 22: 00 PM

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    Poem: 21897681 - A 'Papa, please'
    Member: Elna Mercado
    Comment: my eyes grow wider, my heart beats faster......my childhood....in your lines.....tears.....
    as a single mom, i consciously chosen not to do as it was in my childhood but i must confess, i did....the feeling was horrifying, hunting. i have written an apology to my son when he was 13.....waited for forgiveness.....when it did, gratefulness is so sweet...

    parenting is very difficult and i read you struggle with that too....when we go deeper within and recognize what is going through, it become our strength and guideline for change and /or modification what we can do for the next time...

    you write so vividly with emotions that move a reader.

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/19/2010 8:56:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 3/19/2010 1: 50: 00 PM

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    Poem: 21861341 - A trouble in offing
    Member: Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK
    Comment: ‘…Love is after all God’s gift and can’t be had at paying prize
    I accept it as simple divine shower and happily summarize ‘

    Fabulous finish … true Love now-a-days is as rare as pure Heart

    We’ve lost that heart and ….egoic [selfish] with preponderance of egotism… I’m the best …
    Before marrying or falling in love we must read good poems as primer to make us receptacle of Love
    10++

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/19/2010 5:29:00 AM)

    Date & Time: 3/18/2010 7: 36: 00 AM

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    Poem: 21874612 - A different challenge
    Member: Will F. D. Blackman
    Comment: I liked the way you built on the notes
    played from line to line. Not all storytellers
    are poets but all poets are storytellers.
    A very fine job telling this one.

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/17/2010 8:24:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 3/17/2010 8: 22: 00 PM

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    Poem: 21874612 - A different challenge
    Member: Sridevi Datta
    Comment: Don’t cry for somebody’s action and fault
    It might have been insult and somersault
    You got to forget and brace for new lease of life
    You may prove very good mother and honored wife
    yes....at some point of time...we need to put our past behind us and stop blaming ourselves...that will liberate us in the real sense.

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/14/2010 11:52:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 3/11/2010 7: 06: 00 AM
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    Poem: 18181249 - Anywhere you like
    Member: Adnan Khalifeh
    Comment: Nice one........I like most of it........Especially:
    We exchanged so many pleasantries,
    No distance seemed between ocean and countries,
    Neither mountains, hills nor any boundaries,
    Eyes met and said to one another,
    Was it not necessary before we marry?
    He was hesitant for slight moment,
    I offered my self for holy deal,
    I was there for his wounds to heal,
    With only condition for him to be real,
    Waited for approval for the final seal
    ...................
    Yours truly,
    Adnan

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/14/2010 11:51:00 PM)

    Date & Time: 3/11/2010 8: 49: 00 AM
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    Poem: 21725273 - A 500th poem
    Member: John Knight
    Comment: Hi Hasmukh - Well done! ! 500 is a big bench mark - never attained in age but in some thinga attainable - 500 runs in cricket - 500 postage stamps in an album - 500 paintings and for some 5oo poems. But how - you ask - is this possible. Your own creative brain - yes - but also the one who held you - your family - your friends - you readers - your commentaters and last but not least GOD (V 7) . Without God we are nothing and can achieve nothing. I like the linguistic structure and the rhyme and the rhythm. The first six verses look back and the second six look forward to the 1000th. To continue (V 8) to flow freely (V 9) to find space
    (V 10) to strive hard (V 11) and to go with the natural flow (V 12) . Thanks for sharing - yours in Poetry - JOHN

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (3/14/2010 11:48:00 PM)

    ate & Time: 3/12/2010 3: 12: 00 AM
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    Poem: 21792387 - A Divine motherhood
    Member: Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK
    Comment: ‘Purtarthe Kryote Bharga’ [to get child men make wife] … as scripture says …

    Hindus believe... ‘Putt’ named door [in celestial journey of Atman] can’t be crossed unless posthumous rite done by Atmaja [comes from 2 souls] … to reach ones earned destination...

    The child born out of pure lust its called ‘Lustchild’ [LuC]… when it comes out of love its called ‘Lovechild’ [LoC]… may seem funny and bizarre how minus lust.how.. reproduction can be done…?

    It too answered in our scripture after becoming Awakened one if want carry forward the progeny [‘Purtarthe Kryote Bharga’] the sloka becomes contextually perfect …

    Life pattern and society have rolled like snow ball and become voluminous with relevancy befitting in a spatial way… various rules postulations..

    You’re poetry seems to me about ‘LoC …. To fillup the women with the joy of Motherhoodness [the final culmination] with minus lust have a child…

    Best facevalue of a woman found when she is breastfeeding her child…indeed … serene utopia … I’ve never seen such facevalue in any picture [even in most romantic] ….

    Our scripture cautioned us LoC born with high value… attributes but LuC … much much below and farrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    In Satya Yuga …. Average lifespan was about ten thousand years because of high quality [attributes values] population…and in Kali Yuga it has dwindled to about 100-125 years…

    10+
    Ms. Nivedita
    UK

    PS: ‘…It was no game of love or hate but simple act to react…’
    I humbly agree to disagree to this line Sir excuse me … it’ll give birth to Reactive Child [RC]..lolol... eclipsed out...
    n

  • Leila Taghavi (3/11/2010 5:04:00 AM)

    Yes, we should be realistic. Thanks for your poem.

At cross road

Never but at cross road,
Are we at cross road?
Is there any load?
Why not we meet?
Even at cross road.

Are we blood thirsty?
And care for no one,
who may come but none?

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