R.K. Singh Poems
- Banaras 1 The river flows through the woods grown in ...
- Snakes: A Haiku Sequence Sunny morning: a snake slides ...
- A Tribute -new- The world is too big & my share seems so ...
- Naked Children Naked children crowd as I pass through the ...
- Autumn In The Rain The faces appearing and receding ...
- Solar Eclipse Cloaked in chill gracious corona winked at ...
- Burial Frazzled at the day's end when I smell her flesh she...
Brought up and educated in Varanasi, India I am a university professor teaching English language skills to students of earth and mineral sciences. I have authored over 160 research articles and 170 book reviews in journals in all over the world.
I have been writing poems in English for over three decades now and am widely anthologised and published in various journals and ezines.
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The river flows through the woods
grown in Banares in centuries
down this terrace they say
washes ills and hides sins
inher graceful ripples reflects
the depths of eternity they love
the myth like heaven and slavation
each morning my father repeats
the celestial history while his son
breaks off the golden bough
and acts rex nemorensis
without fighting the priest
and the polemic continues over politics
Young girls and women move up and down
in the large boat standing on the Gange's bank
the sun smoulders the sand they carry over ...