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(March 27,1951 / India)

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  • Valsa George (7/18/2012 8:46:00 AM)

    Mamta Agarwal is indeed a poet of envious stature! A prolific writer with buoyant spirits, looking at Nature and life with the curiosity of a child and the introspection of a sage, her poems - a treat to the senses and sensibility! !

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  • Anthony Despain (7/14/2012 1:50:00 AM)

    Ms Agarwal's poem Controlling Anger Before It Controls You was exactly what I was looking for: something to remind me everyday and remain in the back of mind when a situation arises.

  • Faeo Lyre Clive (4/18/2010 10:37:00 AM)

    Oh mother of literature in a sensible and true avouch.
    You'd lived to your legacies.
    poetry and the literati rejoices at your membership and influence.
    Keep the flag flying.

  • Palas Kumar Ray (7/21/2009 5:09:00 AM)

    A true poetess, a friend, philosopher and guide in poetry jungle.

  • Vaibhav Pandey (4/9/2009 12:02:00 AM)

    A brilliant poetess who can write every form of poetry with ease. Read her work and you'll never get disappointed.

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  • Lynda Robson (2/4/2009 9:33:00 AM)

    I am so glad I looked at Mamta's fine poetry, she looks at life and surroundings and transforms everything into wonderful prose, take a look and be impressed,
    Thank you Mamta

  • Sarwar Chowdhury (9/24/2008 6:46:00 AM)

    I always come to read poems of this poet with much zeal. Because her style of expressions, look through deep inner, beautifull illustrations, and truth-bound travel I like.

    Her openness to art and beauty is praiseworthy indeed.

    Long live Mamtajee!

  • Kartikeya Sharma (9/23/2008 8:44:00 AM)

    &making memories is good
    juicy and adventurous

  • June Feir-Cruz (9/12/2008 5:42:00 PM)

    Finally, I found your One Night Stand. When you wrote me a comment - I misunderstood. I didn't realize you were referring to my poem The Morning After as similar to this piece. Yours is a beautiful and I'm flattered that you even think it's similar to mine. Bless your heart for saying that :)

In Despair

What is the world coming to?
Though carrying weapons is taboo
Children are happy totting the gun,
Whether to settle scores or just for fun.

When did innocence get lost and things changed?
It some how seems shocking and strange.
Too much T V, films is the reason
Reason elders for this violence and aggression.

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