krishnakumar chandrasekar nair

Freshman - 679 Points [krishi nair] (1964 and doing pretty good.. / Thiruvalla, Kerala)

krishnakumar chandrasekar nair Poems

1. Let Us Begin A Revolution 9/30/2013
2. The Cold Lamp Post 11/18/2013
3. The Silence Of The Lambs 11/19/2013
4. To All Who Are Searching For Love 11/28/2013
5. God Of Us All......... 5/5/2014
6. Happy New Year! ! 1/9/2015
7. Phillip Hughes - A Tribute 12/3/2014
8. To Wilfred Owen - My Favorite Poet 10/3/2013
9. Convicted Politicians Poem (For Corruption) 10/4/2013
10. Mahatma Gandhi 10/6/2013
11. Cancer Ward Trivandrum 9/25/2013
12. Love - An Eternal Enigma 11/18/2013
13. An Atheists Humble Prayer 11/16/2013
14. And I Remember That Night........ 11/14/2013
15. Death In Harness 11/14/2013
16. Honey - So Sweet...... 8/3/2014
17. Maya Angelou - A Tribute 5/29/2014
18. When Life Was A Long Ambassador Car Ride...... 8/31/2014
19. Sri Ramana Maharshi 5/15/2014
20. You Can Take Him Home Now...... 12/20/2013
21. Where The Mind Is Always In Fear.............. 12/26/2013
22. The Same Eve Once Again....... 12/19/2013
23. Life - A Game Of Chess 5/5/2014
24. Flight Mh - 17 An Avoidable Tragedy 7/19/2014
25. Kerala - Gods Own Country - One 8/18/2014
26. Dead Puppy - Wailing Bitch 9/25/2013
27. My Poems Have Been So Rejected...... 10/13/2013
28. The Naked Truth 11/14/2013
29. After You Stopped Talking To Me.... 11/18/2013
30. Annual Assessment Report...... 11/19/2013
31. Nelson Mandela - A Tribute 12/7/2013
32. Robbin Williams - Rip 8/21/2014
33. Helplessness 4/18/2015
34. At The Garage.. -new- 4/23/2015
35. Martyrdom 5/5/2014
36. Big Bash Weddings 2/1/2014
37. Good Lord - Save Me From Such Doctors..... 10/2/2013
38. The Patient Spider 10/2/2013
39. Fish Curry 9/20/2013
40. Someday We Will All Go............ 11/10/2013
Best Poem of krishnakumar chandrasekar nair

A Love Affair That Never Was....

I was too hesitant to come
You were too hesitant to call
Times chariot went speeding by
Now curtains have begun to fall....

Read the full of A Love Affair That Never Was....

Mahatma Gandhi

Will there ever be in history books such a glorious one
Who almost singularly brought an empire down?
Making Ahimsa and Satyagraha his lethal weapons
He fought till the oppressors left with their dented crown

An epitome of simplicity all his life
And God almighty his friend and guide
He sought to include and never to divide
This disunited mass of Indians spread out wide

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