Sukumar Ray

(30 October 1887 - 10 September 1923 / Calcutta / India)

Sukumar Ray Poems

1. Stew Much 3/14/2012
2. Woodly Old Man 3/14/2012
3. Old Tickler 3/14/2012
4. Sur-Prize 3/14/2012
5. The Suitable Groom 3/14/2012
6. The King Of Bombaria 3/14/2012
7. Uuncle's Invention 3/14/2012
8. Khichuri 3/14/2012
9. The Missing Whiskers 3/14/2012
10. The Sons Of Ramgaroo 3/14/2012
11. Baburam The Snake Charmer 3/14/2012
12. The Rule Of 21 3/14/2012
13. The Power Of Music 3/14/2012
Best Poem of Sukumar Ray

The Power Of Music

When summer comes, we hear the hums
Bhisma Lochan Sharma.
You catch his strain on hill and plain from Delhi
down to Burma
He sings as though he's staked his life, he sings
as though he's hell-bent;
The people, dazed,retire amazed although they
know it's well-meant.
They're trampled in the panic rout or languish
pale and sickly,
And plead,'My friend, we're near our end,oh
stop your singing quickly! '
The bullock-carts are overturned, and ...

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