Bharati Nayak

Bharati Nayak Poems

41. A Tube Rose 8/20/2015
42. Nostalgia 8/1/2015
43. Heart's Musings 5/15/2015
44. Happy Birthday 5/31/2015
45. A Letter To Appu With Love From Durga Didi 1/19/2016
46. Small Things Matter 1/26/2016
47. Trial-Haiku-2 5/15/2016
48. Haiku-4 5/15/2016
49. Freedom 3/2/2016
50. Wonder Words 1/18/2016
51. Newton's Law 6/11/2016
52. Say Nothing 6/15/2016
53. Oh My Dear Sun 12/27/2015
54. Veiled 10/11/2015
55. Tear Tells A Tale 12/5/2015
56. Summer's Rain 7/28/2015
57. Surprises 7/2/2015
58. Germinating 7/5/2015
59. For Them Whose Sweat Flow For My Comfort 4/30/2015
60. My Coral Island 9/23/2015
61. Tanka-2 9/8/2016
62. Our Dear Parrot 3/24/2017
63. And So I Love You Pablo Neruda 3/24/2017
64. Haiku-6 3/31/2017
65. After Sity Eight Years Oh My Supermoon 12/18/2017
66. Happiness 10/6/2015
67. Sun Is Walking Across The Sky 11/5/2015
68. Known-Unknown 11/13/2015
69. A Reason To Smile 5/29/2015
70. Oh My Dear Daughter 4/27/2015
71. Monalisa Smile 7/15/2015
72. A Floating Cloud 6/11/2016
73. Haiku-3 5/15/2016
74. Border 1/9/2016
75. Joy Of A Free Soul 1/14/2016
76. Here I - - - - -Write A Poem 10/28/2015
77. Stolen Flowers And The Broken Honeycomb 5/7/2015
78. Balancing 8/2/2015
79. Distance Is Never A Distance 10/6/2015
80. Come Back, Krisna 10/8/2015

Comments about Bharati Nayak

  • Kumarmani Mahakul Kumarmani Mahakul (11/23/2017 3:36:00 PM)

    Few of her poems are also translated in to Tamil by poet Saravanan Siva and translated into Italian by poet Fabrizio Frosini. Bharati’s beautiful books titled, “Padma Paada, ” - meaning Lotus Feet - a collection of devotional poems in native Odia language and Words Are Such Perfect Traitors- A collection of English poems, ” published in 2016 give detail about her excellence in the field of literary perseverance. (Poet review comment Part-5)

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul Kumarmani Mahakul (11/23/2017 3:35:00 PM)

    She is a shining star in the literary sky of this world who reflects diamond light through her master pieces of works. From my deepest core of heart I am wishing her all the best. May God bring unlimited fortune and joy for her and for her family members! May fragrant flowers bloom in her way of walking and may singing birds chirp in her literary garden! (Poet review comment Part-6)

  • Dr Dillip K Swain (11/3/2017 12:53:00 AM)

    Bharati Nayak is absolutely a brilliant poetess. I have read many of her poems published in PH. Her poems are beautiful reflections of love, happiness and delicacies of life. Her poems are beneficial to the society and her outstanding contribution to literature is noteworthy and commendable. Each of her poems is simple, clear, lucid and eloquent. She is a poetess, a critic and a lovable personality what I have learnt of late. May God bless her showering every success and happiness in her life!
    Let me quote one of her bests:
    “No, No,
    Perhaps I look beautiful to you
    You say
    Your daughter is beautiful
    You don't know
    How much strength
    Is there in your words
    Only I know
    It is your love
    That are my weapons”
    -Every daughter looks beautiful in the eyes of her mother for the unmeasured love of her own creation! A brilliant poem is selected as the poem of the day..! Many congratulations..! !
    Jai Jagannath

  • Kishore Kumar Das Kishore Kumar Das (10/31/2017 12:08:00 PM)

    Bharati Nayak.... A legendary poetess from poemhunter, India. Her poetry is simple but heart-touching. Her observations are so minute, she establishes truths out of the thin air. Her appraisal of poetry is so nice and her humility is visible everywhere. Her regular appraisal of all the leading poets makes her a popular figure. Peace is her intrinsic aim which she tries to emphasize in her verses. I wish her great success in life.

  • Bharati Nayak Bharati Nayak (10/8/2017 7:48:00 AM)

    Hi Chukwuma Ndububa,
    I really feel humbled and beyond words.Thank you very much for your kind words.God bless you always.

  • Chukwuma Ndububa Chukwuma Ndububa (10/7/2017 2:01:00 PM)

    Bharati Nayak:

    B is for Beautiful, your radiance is shining
    H is for Humble, there are no airs about you
    A is for Ardent, fueled with passion
    R is for Reflective, always thoughtful
    A is for Artistic, abundant with creativity
    T is for Thoughtful, considerate towards all
    I is for Influential, your thoughts have weight

    N is for Noble, an honorable heart
    A is for Admirable, you draw everyone's respect
    Y is for Youth, eternally young at heart
    A is for Active, full of energy
    K is for Keen, abounding with enthusiasm

    Your life, our pleasure, dear poetess.

  • Bharati Nayak Bharati Nayak (10/4/2017 10:30:00 AM)

    What love, what beauty and what inspirations are there in your words, oh great poets! ! I Take my sublime gratitude and thousand thanks! !

  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (10/4/2017 9:56:00 AM)

    2 poems of yours, dear Bharati, will be in 2 Anthologies of the series 'Contemporary Poetry':
    - 'Fifty Female Voices of Contemporary Poetry';
    - 'Contemporary Poetry: Tunes from the Indian Subcontinent'.

  • Subhas Chandra Chakra Subhas Chandra Chakra (8/20/2017 7:43:00 AM)

    Bharati Ma'am is the only great poetess in this PH brotherhood whom I secretly call APA, a sweet respectful call for one's own elder sister in my family tradition. Since the days of my interactions in PH, I have always felt a magnetism in her words that finally drove me to read her biography one day. I had always wanted to know about her without hurting her pride as well as privacy.
    Had I not gone through her bio page I would always be guessing that my Apa might have a nice family, somewhere settled abroad. Today I went through all the details I wanted and that too through her pen.
    One day I would like to write something literarily about her.
    These lines are the first lines that come from within at the first meet.
    Thank you Ma'am once again.

  • Glen Kappy Glen Kappy (5/20/2017 7:26:00 AM)


    I read a poem of yours first, then this bio. You express two things in it I resonate with.

    One, I too feel disappointment when there is no bio.

    Two, I too like to think of myself aa a global citizen. In the Judeo-Christian tradition I identify with, we are encouraged to pray not selfishly with the pronoun I, but for we and us. And this, I think, is what God intends, the God who loves the world, who loves us all.

    Thank you for taking the risk of telling something about yourself.

    With you in our shared humanity,

    Glen Kappy

Best Poem of Bharati Nayak

I Speak Not

I speak not
As I feel
Speaking is not essential
Silence speaks for itself
Even eyes speak
Speak thousand words my quivering lips
Unsaid words travel million miles
Sun speaks
Moon speaks
Speaks the thunderstorm
When hearts meet
Mouth says no words
Only the closeness knows
How louder is the heart
When it beats
Beating the loudness of sea-roars.

Read the full of I Speak Not

Oh My Dear Daughter

Oh my Dear daughter
I would always like
To see you
Looking at the sunshine
I would love to see you
Moving like a free cloud
And showering love
On parched ground
I would love to see you

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