Poems of Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
|21.||A cock’s triumph||10/14/2010|
|22.||A critic, an imposer||12/30/2009|
|23.||A culprit is over taxed.||2/9/2011|
|24.||A curse to the mother||1/13/2009|
|25.||A cylinder is hollow.||2/26/2012|
|26.||A daughter in law is a future mother in law||2/8/2010|
|27.||A demanding mother-in-law||11/12/2011|
|28.||A Denied Fact||1/24/2014|
|29.||A Divorced Woman||10/16/2011|
|31.||A doe eyed Bengali beauty||6/13/2014|
|32.||A dog and hay||11/26/2009|
|33.||A dying love||3/23/2011|
|35.||A face in use is not ugly||7/15/2010|
|36.||A fallen hair has no merit.||12/21/2009|
|37.||A fantasy is she.||8/29/2011|
|38.||A Farewell to A Girl||6/22/2011|
|39.||A fateful day||8/13/2010|
|40.||A Father’s Fancy||1/24/2012|
Love one, not possess.
To possess one is to forget to love one.
When you possess your wife it might happen
That you're vigilant and not jubilant.
You see that she seek not men's company
And that she is mute to love, denied by you.
Whether you love her or not, she must care you.
When you possess your husband it happens