Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. (June 15,1942 / Aravayal, karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, South India)
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 dog and hay||11/26/2009|
|32.||A dying love||3/23/2011|
|34.||A face in use is not ugly||7/15/2010|
|35.||A fallen hair has no merit.||12/21/2009|
|36.||A fantasy is she.||8/29/2011|
|37.||A Farewell to A Girl||6/22/2011|
|38.||A fateful day||8/13/2010|
|39.||A Father’s Fancy||1/24/2012|
|40.||A fish out of water in water.||12/5/2009|
The Concept of the Death
What is death? Why is it? Who causes it?
Living things are animated objects.
The dead are so when unanimated.
Cessation of animation is death.
Who terminates the animation:
The soul or the body? Neither of them.
The soul leaves not that the body decays.
The body decays not that the soul leaves.