AtreyaSarma Uppaluri

Rookie (Hyderabad, AP, India)

AtreyaSarma Uppaluri Poems

41. Road To Easy Home 5/15/2009
42. Sin Under The Sun 5/30/2009
43. Truth – A Casualty 5/30/2009
44. Silly Senryu: Parties Galore 5/30/2009
45. Mother Like None Other… 5/30/2009
46. Hail! Summer! 5/30/2009
47. The Hill That Beckoned 5/30/2009
48. Lest We Wilt 5/30/2009
49. Goodbye! 5/30/2009
50. Senryu: 01 7/19/2009
51. Senryu: 02 7/19/2009
52. Senryu: 03 7/19/2009
53. Senryu: 04 7/19/2009
54. Senryu: 05 7/19/2009
55. Senryu: 06 7/19/2009
56. Senryu: 07 7/19/2009
57. Senryu: 08 7/19/2009
58. Senryu: 09 7/19/2009
59. Him I Don'T Worship? ! 7/19/2009
60. Life Vs Poetry 7/19/2009
61. It Begs The Question 7/19/2009
62. Monsoon Musings 8/4/2009
63. Cloudy Eclipse 8/4/2009
64. Senryu: 10 8/4/2009
65. Phantasmagoria 8/4/2009
66. Haiku: 01 9/24/2009
67. Haiku: 02 9/24/2009
68. My Favourite Self-Help Book 9/24/2009
69. The Story Of My Library 9/24/2009
70. To Ysr, With Tears… 9/24/2009
71. Life After Sixty 9/24/2009
72. The Cattle Class 9/24/2009
73. Senryu: 11 9/24/2009
74. Senryu: 12 9/24/2009
75. Limerick: Er 9/24/2009
76. One-Way Love (Fib) 9/24/2009
77. Cinquain 9/24/2009
78. Keeps The Doc Away (Fib) 9/24/2009
79. Mind (Double Tetractys) 9/24/2009
80. Haiku: 03 10/6/2009
Best Poem of AtreyaSarma Uppaluri

A Riot Of Colours!

(1)

Green leaves
gazing at red flowers
turn green with envy…

Red flowers
eyeing yellow fruits
turn red with anger…

Yellow fruits
seeing the green leaves
turn yellow from age…

(2)

White
looks askant at Black
and boasts:
“Look here, darkie!
I am the light
I am the purity
You’re grimy and gloomy! ”

(3)

Not to be outdone
Black taunts back:
“O wily White!
You’re full of pallor
with no originality.”

Black goes on to brag:
“East or west, Black is best
North or south, Black has ...

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'Sun'Kranthi-2009

[Introduction:
Sankranthi or ‘Sun’kranthi (the way I prefer it) or Makara Sankranthi is a major Hindu festival marking the transition of Sun into Capricorn and occurs in mid January, about 21 days after the tropical Winter Solstice. It’s a festival of farmers and of harvest and of their cattle, of increased human activity and enlightenment. The goddess of wealth, Maha Lakshmi is invoked, among others. Lot of fun and frolic is associated, with children loving to play their kites, and girls

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