CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

Rookie - 85 Points (14th January 1962 / Balarampur Village in the District of Purulia in West Bengal.)

CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR Poems

1. Excavation 11/1/2004
2. Remembrance 10/26/2004
3. Dialektos 11/3/2004
4. Biograph 10/11/2004
5. Our Papa 10/11/2004
6. Victim 10/7/2004
7. Man Bovine 10/18/2004
8. Island 10/26/2004
9. A Solitary Composition 10/30/2004
10. Ethereal 10/1/2004
11. Bohemian Songs 11/7/2004
12. Hunger 12/8/2004
13. Revolt 12/10/2004
14. Beatitude 11/9/2004
15. Mundane Moments 11/29/2004
16. Dibakar 1/3/2005
17. Narcissus 11/26/2004
18. Sunburst 11/20/2004
19. Noctuary 11/22/2004
20. Cry 11/4/2004
21. Startle 11/5/2004
22. Eclogue 12/4/2004
23. Songs 10/30/2004
24. Elegy 10/7/2004
25. Flute 10/7/2004
26. Enlightened One 12/17/2004
27. Paddy 12/21/2004
28. A Rising 10/18/2004
29. Nordic Sadness 10/9/2004
30. Triumph 12/8/2004
31. The Escape 5/10/2010
32. Fantastic 8/30/2010
33. Kinship 8/30/2010
34. Deepankar 8/30/2010
35. For Rooma Again.. 8/30/2010
36. The Midnight Minutes 12/21/2010
37. The Solitary Soldier 12/23/2010
38. Relational 10/15/2011
39. The Moment Of Setting 10/15/2011
40. The Grasp 10/15/2011

Comments about CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

  • Goutam Hazra (12/4/2004 8:42:00 AM)

    Dear Sukumar
    Every words you have chosen are meaningful and end resulted to create, each one as a fine poetry...look forward to read more from you.

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  • Robert Rorabeck (11/21/2004 10:56:00 PM)

    hello- i just want to say what an amazing poet you are- truly fantastic- i say this knowing that you may not appreciate my own work because on the surface it may seem very crass- but i've enjoyed your poems so much i need to let you know and to say thank you

Best Poem of CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

My Petty Greed

People with petty greed ~ how much do they get
Not all people have big-sized greeds
We very ordinary
bunch of people with petty greed
Don't even have courage to feel big-sized greed

My petty greed has often been met
by petty donors
Twice or so I was saved
by the God on my shelf
After safe escape I gave a smirk

Indulged a bit in intellectual conceit Ah
Escaped narrowly honour is saved
Yet my petty greed was not quenched
Even now I make rounds to petty donors
Ah they too are small-time people
They too live within limits
How can they give ...

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Rooma

And after long many days,
I met with Rooma, the girl ~
maroon saree, deep blue cardigan, scarlet slippers.

In the late afternoon sun
her face looked a pomegranate blossom,
lingering crimson of evening sky
reflected from her dense pool of wispy hair.
I wished to touch the light dot mark

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