RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

Rookie - 29 Points (7TH OCTOBER 1951 / Trissur, Kerala State, India.)

RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL Poems

1. Fireflies. 10/1/2007
2. Gandhi The Greatest 10/2/2007
3. Beggar At The Crossraods. 10/2/2007
4. Chastity Belt 10/3/2007
5. Muse! ....Thou Must Bless. 10/4/2007
6. Death 10/4/2007
7. Medha Patkar 10/5/2007
8. Thug 10/6/2007
9. President Of U.S.Of A. 10/6/2007
10. Love Unremitted 10/6/2007
11. Worker 10/6/2007
12. Diamond Accursed. 10/7/2007
13. Devil Women Of Tommorrow ! . 9/21/2007
14. Lifelines Of Self - An Epic Of Today's World. 9/22/2007
15. Mango Tree 9/28/2007
16. Mother... 9/29/2007
17. Peacock 9/30/2007
18. Kathrina 10/9/2007
19. Ceaser's Wife. 10/10/2007
20. Tiger, My Expired Dog. 10/10/2007
21. Fingers 10/11/2007
22. Taj Mahal 10/12/2007
23. Nirvana .(Salvation) ..... 10/12/2007
24. Magician 10/14/2007
25. Saint Gylaphous..... 10/14/2007
26. Rain 10/18/2007
27. Sai Baba 10/18/2007
28. Mouth And Its Ends. 10/18/2007
29. Hibiscus 10/18/2007
30. Victoria, The Queen. 10/25/2007
31. Lightning 10/25/2007
32. Murder Of A Brute 11/1/2007
33. Mental Hospital 11/1/2007
34. Puppet 11/2/2007
35. Street 11/2/2007
36. E-Mail 11/3/2007
37. Spinster In Love - Laura Donald 11/3/2007
38. Osama - Prophet Of Terror 11/4/2007
39. Statue Of Liberty.... 11/5/2007
40. Perverse. Mr...A Tyrant Of History. 11/5/2007
Best Poem of RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

A Soldier's Wife.

She was married to a soldier,
Who left for the camp,
A month after holidays,
Word coming of war in siachen
In kashimr, soon arrived
The news of demise
Of her dear husband,
By a captian of the army,
Annoucing a compensation
Of half a million bucks,
Which was claimed
By his parents and in laws,
She was made a destitute,
Sent to her own parents,
Crying the sorrows
Of the dear departed,
Growing his child
In her bowels, despising
Her cruel fate, actually
Suffering the sacrice for the nation,
Even more than the dead soldier.

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Waiting....

Iwas always waitng,
waiting for dinner to be served
waiting for my daughter to out,
Waiting for the servicing of the car,
waiting for the bus to come,
Waiting for the train to arrive,
waitng for the night sleep,
Waiting for the calls on phone,
Waiting the credit card to be mailed,

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