Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

Gold Star - 10,134 Points (June 15,1942 / Aravayal, karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, South India)

Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. Poems

1. A Bad Guy 3/17/2011
2. A Bad Match 5/1/2009
3. A Bearing Tree 9/6/2011
4. A Beauty Likes A Fool 10/23/2009
5. A Beauty Queen 3/18/2011
6. A Beauty’s End 5/27/2011
7. A Bed Of Rose And Thorns 3/9/2011
8. A Beggar I Am. 2/12/2009
9. A Beggar Needs No God. 1/27/2012
10. A Bitter Feeling 10/3/2010
11. A Bogus Goal 10/2/2014
12. A Bolt Will Have A Nut To Fit. 11/9/2008
13. A Boon To Indian Women 7/30/2015
14. A Bow To An Arrow 10/24/2010
15. A Brave Wife 10/8/2010
16. A Broad Based Prostitution 7/30/2011
17. A Burden. 2/11/2012
18. A Car Is A Woman. 8/16/2012
19. A Cat Sees Not You As You See Yourself. 4/17/2015
20. A Centenarian, A Curse. 2/24/2010
21. A Chaste Wife 9/25/2012
22. A Clean Iron Hand 1/2/2013
23. A Coach Can Only Teach. 1/29/2011
24. A Cock’s Triumph 10/14/2010
25. A Critic, An Imposer 12/30/2009
26. A Culprit Is Over Taxed. 2/9/2011
27. A Curse To The Mother 1/13/2009
28. A Cylinder Is Hollow. 2/26/2012
29. A Daughter In Law Is A Future Mother In Law 2/8/2010
30. A Demanding Mother-In-Law 11/12/2011
31. A Denied Fact 1/24/2014
32. A Divorced Woman 10/16/2011
33. A Doe 5/3/2009
34. A Doe Eyed Bengali Beauty 6/13/2014
35. A Dog And Hay 11/26/2009
36. A Dumper And A Dumpee 7/26/2015
37. A Dying Love 3/23/2011
38. A Eulogy 9/7/2010
39. A Face In Use Is Not Ugly 7/15/2010
40. A Fallen Hair Has No Merit. 12/21/2009
Best Poem of Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

A Woman Forty Plus Aspires

I must be the centre of attention
And reaffirm my desirability.
I must feel validated as a woman
And re-experience the romance of love.
Let be burnt the ennui of monogamy.
Let come again the sexual excitement
That I went through at my first night.
Need not the man in focus be a prince,
An emperor nor a millionaire.
Let him be the one I want to be with,
In accordance with my safety,
Proximity and convenience.
Just for a ‘love you leave you alliance.’
Yes, I must waste no time to test my worth
And remain faithful with my husband.


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Crime Must Cove Crime

A woman of passion married a king,
Who, a widower, fell for her beauty.
Consumed by passion, madness in heart,
She could not but love his son, so robust,
‘And wanted to bend the stiffness of his will.’
She began to tempt him with all her assets
And miserably failed to seduce him.
Bitten by the rage, born out of ignominy
Of being neglected and pride wounded,

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