Sathya Narayana

Silver Star - 3,226 Points (12-06-1958 / Nellore, Andhra Pradesh)

Sathya Narayana
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Date of Birth: 12.06.1958
Phone: 9866720104. Email:
Address2: Flat no.2 B, Kamala Residency, Plot no.275/A & 280/A, Adda Gutta, Bhagyanagar,
Kukatpalli, HYDERABAD 500 072
Phone: 970002243
Professional Experience and Qualifications:
The author holds a bachelors Degree in Sciences and Masters Degree in Law. Worked as Superintendent of Salt in Salt Department, Government of India and retired on 16.5.2014. So ... more »

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  • ''Time is like an ever spreading carpet, continuously revealing new threads of life in the process of unfolding.''
  • When Godhead realized that humans were incapable of fighting against the evil; as Lord Rama, he himself killed the evil.
    When Godhead realized that humans could not help sinning, as Jesus the ...
  • FANATICISM is mostly attributed to religious faiths. But in truth, the words FANATICISM and FANATICS are not confined to blind religious faiths and begoted aficionados of cult sects alone. We find wor...
  • For long I stopped arguing with persons of misled and mixed up philosophical leanings. Instead I started listening to them even keener. I found them very useful as good samples, to study the causes o...
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  • Maia Padua Maia Padua (12/8/2009 6:02:00 PM)

    SIR SATHYA.....
    ....a poet with observer of life...of what's happening around him
    As a person, he is generous...through his comments and his fruitful advices...
    he is indeed a man with concern on his surroundings...
    A man of his words... clever and firm....expressed his responsibility in his society
    Shares with us his wholesome writes...
    his poems shows quality and life...something of great importance
    We never leave his page without getting something to ponder....
    When he writes about Love and a gentle tap in our hearts
    and when deals on social cancer.... gives a knock in our minds....
    very convincing
    In short, a great poet with a heart and mind....A VERSATILE ONE....
    More power, more writes Sir...



  • Kimberly Mccreary (8/6/2009 1:42:00 PM)

    A poem written that the heart can see.

  • Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (1/13/2009 7:46:00 PM)

    I love to read lively and versatile poetry.You can feel the angst, the fine ink lingered on your mind and captivating your heart as well.Poetry is beautiful words written abstractly, in a poetic form, so that readers will have the pleasure to go around the piece trying to figure out the whole meaning behind the writes.
    In my opinion, Sathya Narayana is the poet of that quality that I will not going to miss, reading him.Thanks Matchaa for sharing your brilliant works with the rest of the world.Keep on penning Sathya! ! !

    Best wishes,
    Sulaiman Mohd Yusof

  • Greenwolfe 1962 (1/11/2009 1:22:00 PM)

    Sathya Narayana is a poet of beauty and wisdom . He writes with a clarity
    of both mind and speech. He teaches as he leads you on a path of flowers and
    music to the most holy places of the mind and soul. What more can be asked
    of a poet than what he delivers? We are fortunate to have his words at our request. And his beauty of mind at our recall .

    Greenwolfe 1962

  • Bob Blackwell (12/16/2008 10:56:00 PM)

    Sathya, is an excellent poet who uses fine words well, to highlight his love for life. He cares about our world and all its peoples. His poetry is full of spiritualty, which he expresses beautifully, through his descriptions of the natural world.

  • Andrew Blakemore (12/16/2008 4:51:00 AM)

    Sathya Narayana is without doubt a very fine poet indeed. His work no only deals with the intrinsic social issues of the day but he's also able to touch the heart with poems of love and nature's beauty.

  • Mamta Agarwal (12/16/2008 1:52:00 AM)

    Sathya ji is a keen observer of life- both within and without. His poetry is vibrant, like cold water in winter it wakes you up, and like warm water it soothes you. Nothing, that comes into his consciousness is too small or irrelevant. It is acknowledged and becomes a subject to explore, be it social ills, nature, relationships, mundane issues.He writes in a clear diction, using powerful, vivid imagery, rhythmes and rhymes, interlaced with satire, wit and humour. His poetry has an inherent integrity that cannot be missed by the reader, who is left moved, touched to the core of his being and compelled to do deep introspection.

  • Vaibhav Pandey (12/15/2008 11:01:00 AM)

    A poet of sheer brilliance who forces you to think beyond your imagination.I feel priviledged to have seen his work.May god bless him.

  • Min Sia (12/15/2008 6:50:00 AM)

    A one of a kind poet..of great wisdom and passion..
    Where he doesn't just sympathize, instead..he empathize..
    Where he doesn't just do the traditional..but challenge the unusual..
    Where he experiments twisting words..but still exquisite..

    His poems of great revelation..more messages revealed as you reread..
    Wonderful words..and neatly selected..charming and graceful..

    His themes of life matters..foundations of humankind...

    Still my words for him above were less than what his poems have and what kind of poet he is...
    I insist that his poems must be read...

  • Linda Ori Linda Ori (12/13/2008 9:42:00 AM)

    Here is a poet who is able to capture the passion and truth of what is so important to all of us, and that is love and respect for our fellow man. He is able to lend a perspective that simplifies even the most complex issues, and does it with wonderful creative flair. Definitely a writer in touch with the universal spirit in us all.

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Best Poem of Sathya Narayana

My Dark Nights

At the distant verge of the horizon
slowly submerging is the weary Sun
with reddened face
bidding grudging adieus
to his day long drudging
brooding over mandatory next come!

I stood there staring at Him
I wanted to say "Don't depart! "
In an automatic reflex
I lifted my right hand aloft!
Nay! He didn't stop! I wept!

As feared reemerging are my
horror-ogres, with creepy insurgence!
A dirge from distant mountain range
barged inside my fragile core
with harrowing clangour.

Oozing out acid-reminiscenses
from burrows ...

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