Rajesh Thankappan

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Rajesh Thankappan Poems

1. Games 4/11/2013
2. The Grasshopper 4/11/2013
3. The Fish And The Hook 4/30/2013
4. Our World 4/30/2013
5. Mankind Should Grow... 5/1/2013
6. Mr. Happiness 5/29/2013
7. The Fall 6/11/2013
8. The Histroy Will Hide 7/2/2013
9. Flowers-Ii 7/23/2013
10. Arise 8/7/2013
11. Goal 5/29/2013
12. As I Set Sail… 12/3/2013
13. Spring Time 12/8/2013
14. Our Days 12/10/2013
15. I Realized Not 12/11/2013
16. I Take Delight 12/6/2013
17. Our First Cry 12/16/2013
18. Wild Imaginations (Some Funny Rhymes) 12/18/2013
19. Work And Rest 12/18/2013
20. Though Light Dispels … 12/22/2013
21. Undesirable Desires(Are They Not Like Primates?) 12/23/2013
22. Metamorphosis 12/30/2013
23. On A New Year Morning 1/1/2014
24. A Plum Cake 1/20/2014
25. My Happy Wishes 2/23/2014
26. A Truth 2/11/2016
27. The Colour White (On Mahatma Gandhi) 2/28/2016
28. As A Child -Ii 2/29/2016
29. A Question Of ‘yes' Or ‘no.' 3/7/2016
30. Trough And Crests 3/13/2016
31. Love Immortal 9/24/2016
32. My Wish (A Poem For Kids) 11/20/2016
33. Harnessing Thoughts 1/6/2014
34. A Mountainous Life 1/10/2014
35. His Divine, Lord Krishna 12/16/2013
36. Tick, Tick, Tick 4/11/2013
37. Lost Footprints 6/11/2013
38. Hope 11/11/2012
39. Toys 4/11/2013
40. Johnny And His Pony 4/11/2013
Best Poem of Rajesh Thankappan

Divine Fate

Are we no more than mere puppets
Remote controlled by the secret strings of fate?
Or are we just a passing eyewitness
Watching a puppetry show being staged?

Life seems dependent on planets and stars
That has already cast our lot,
Destiny seems to set a bar
A hurdle unbridgeable by the best of efforts.

But have we not seen people
Navigate cheerfully unhindered by fate?
Surdas and Milton wrote to create ripples
Though their worldly visions had barricaded gates.

So, if ‘fate' is our master who rules and governs
On efforts invested can't we a...

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Chasm

I stood by the very edge of the cliff
For my heart was impaled with grief
My eyes stared at the wide chasm in disbelief
At the world below that slipped away like an illusive dream.

It was then that I saw a rainbow in the distant sky
And from this disastrous height I could upon a thought pry
Will it not be cowardice to hush-up and say goodbye?
I turned back to embrace the nebulous reality unseen.

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