Bijay Kant Dubey


The Poetry of Onkar Nath Gupta


Onkar Nath Gupta writes poetry with a purpose,
Artistic and didactic too,
Fusing in art with morality,
Satire with wit and humour.

Onkar is a romantic
Under the garb of a satirist,
A satirist
Ironical and polished, witty and humorous.

The curves and graphs of his poetry
Take to the pedestal
Of expression and entertainment
Through wit, humour, art and craftsmanship.

But the passion of his writing
Not that of a satirist or a humorist
But a romantic,
A pastoral thinking of the return of the native.

He is number one entertainer,
Thoughtful and reflective,
Honing his sub-conscious stuff
And delivering.

Into the hands of his,
Neo-classicism get an upper hand
And putting in life
In wit, humour, laughter and satire

And it is passion, passion for living,
The emotions of living,
The underneath of desire
Which but fuse in and charge his battery of poetry.

A master of humour,
His words and ideas tickle us
With his bubbling humour
And we smile on after reading his verses.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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