Kesav Venkat Easwaran
Kesav Venkat Easwaran (June 5th / Kerala- India)
Biography of Kesav Venkat Easwaran
Kesav Venkat Easwaran Poems
A Flower In Disguise…
Filling the air around sublime a fragrance strikes! Alluring sweet 'n soft, this soothing smell arrives My sense rears to find from where this feel derives But fails to place the source; who sends this scent divine?
A Captive Me…
This night Beauteous and bright, Beauteous by the cool breeze It brings in nice,
Each night before to bed, prayer to God she says: Protect my children from troubles likely to face... One night I said to her: they are no more infants
Falling over Rock on course and rolling over smooth,
The Countdown Ring
Beneath a sky of graying frowns, Behind a waning moon, Beneath a group of frozen clouds, Bereft of raining moods,
A Smile For You...
Breaking to pieces me a play thing That, you ask me to keep smiling! Glue applied? Smiling I would remain If that would make you happy again!
A Lesson To Learn...
Moody miserable looking day The sun preferring to remain Hide since first ray; Sky black faced morose
The Monkey Stared Hard At Me...
The monkey stared hard at me; Imitating him I was? It was clear his birth right; Who I thought I was?
On an arousing night I sleep, I dream; embark on a trip Through bare blue sky, Where stars won’t blink
On lips smile alive On her bright fun loving eyes Tears never thrive!
I Gave A Poem...
I gave a poem to a painter; It came out with its heart inside In colorful lines illustrate...
A Budding Bloom…
Dear me! You wax and wane Akin to moon Display a crescent to full Differ lovingly day by day...
A Night Agile…
Moves adrift insatiate night; Heart drizzles yet thirst remains Mind hugs love sweet dear to life No cease limit time teasing finds...
A Poet Perturbed...
Love and Nature both tantalized me 'n told: write on us straight forth songs that sweet and soft
I wanted to write a poem
Wanted to tell a tale
But knew not how to rhyme
No words I could avail
I looked towards the sky
Said a heart felt prayer
God said: ‘Open your eye
And see my creations rare’