Indira Renganathan


Indira Renganathan Poems

761. It's My Heart's Song Ringing 10/29/2010
762. Junk-Food-Challenge 5/10/2008
763. Jupitar My Guru 5/6/2008
764. Kanyakumari 5/2/2008
765. Kaumaram 6/11/2009
766. Kaumaram-1 6/23/2009
767. Kaumaram-2 7/1/2009
768. Kaumaram-3 7/15/2009
769. Kaumaram-4 8/3/2009
770. Kaumaram-5 8/18/2009
771. Kaumaram-6 9/7/2009
772. Kudos Cuckoo 5/19/2008
773. Laughter 6/29/2009
774. Leaf-Lunch 5/1/2008
775. Learning 5/2/2008
776. Leaves 3/21/2010
777. Liberation 7/20/2011
778. Liberty 5/2/2008
779. Life 1/20/2012
780. Life Is A Race 2/24/2016
781. Life Is Born To Die 3/6/2010
782. Life Is What? 7/15/2011
783. Lightning 8/7/2008
784. Limerick By Name(Limerick) 12/8/2015
785. Lingering Supper 5/6/2008
786. Lived Passings 10/7/2011
787. Living Reversible 6/10/2008
788. Look Forward 4/20/2008
789. Lord Of Tirunelveli 5/16/2008
790. Love 4/23/2008
791. Love Cinematic 11/10/2008
792. Love Familial 8/14/2009
793. Love Filial 1/14/2009
794. Love Insightful 4/17/2008
795. Love Sacred 10/20/2008
796. Lullaby Dose 9/18/2012
797. Madras 4/19/2008
798. Madras Eye (Conjunctivitis, Pink Eye) 11/30/2008
799. Madras Marina 10/26/2008
800. Madras Monsoon 10/20/2008
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Alankar(Decor) -87

A Recipe(Uneven Couplet) -
The uneven couplet is paired lines of different length
rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered.


A Recipe

That you would relish I'm sure
This recipe try it with pleasure

Clean the insight in time sufficient
Wash off anger, enmity and hate

Put the mind on the burning heart
Put in the thoughts all to melt

Ladle in between a large of intellect
Stir in hope a heapful amount

Let all blend with a bliss intent
Until valour and courage result

Throw meantime in the flaming heart
Burnt to ashes filth...

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Alankar(Decor) -223

Friendly Intruder(Jagati)

Jagati (the god of nature and animals) , in Hindu tradition Jagati is associated
with the 4th horse harnessed to the golden chariot of the sun.
This Vedicverse is a stanzaic form with a lot of room to maneuver.
The defining features of the Jagati are:
stanzaic,4 lines or padas
syllabic, lines of 12 syllables each.
metric. The heavy-light or guru-laghu pattern of the lines is language specific and

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