Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

Gold Star - 17,946 Points (June 15,1942 / Aravayal, karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, South India)

Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. Poems

9041. Your King Is Your Slave. 5/31/2009
9042. Your Legacy 9/24/2011
9043. Your Love Makes Me Shy. 1/15/2010
9044. Your Mirth In Mating 12/5/2010
9045. Your Name To Die 10/2/2010
9046. Your Place Is Your Heaven. 1/11/2010
9047. Your Position 8/14/2010
9048. Your Productions 10/19/2010
9049. Your Prowess Up [adult] 1/13/2013
9050. Your Rivals 3/21/2009
9051. Your Strength 4/18/2009
9052. Your Time 2/12/2010
9053. Your Time Matters 4/7/2011
9054. Your View Of Me Is Not In My Hand 10/14/2010
9055. Your Visit A Balm 6/22/2010
9056. Your Wish Is Of No Value 3/25/2011
9057. Your Woman 3/25/2011
9058. Your Woman Is A Chestnut 12/17/2009
9059. Yours Is Not The Sole Cause 1/9/2009
9060. Yours Is The Basic 1/4/2009
9061. Yours Not In Your Hand 1/15/2010
9062. Youth Covers Up Immaturity 11/13/2009
9063. Youth Is Blind 12/5/2009
9064. Youth Is Temporary. 3/5/2011
9065. Youth, Not Dance Is Watched 7/12/2010
9066. Youthfulness Vital 7/26/2010
9067. Youths Are Castrated 1/25/2012
9068. Zero, The Shoonya 9/27/2015
9069. Zygotic Death 1/23/2010
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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Cleopatra’s Glory

Cleopatra was the queen of Egypt;
Cleopatra was the queen of beauty.
She came to the throne at her eighteen
The first century BC witnessed it.

To get back her Egypt from her brother,
She sought the hand of Julius Caesar,
The mighty one Rome had ever seen,
And set to sell her asset of beauty.

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