Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

Gold Star - 16,120 Points [Dr John Celes] (14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., Poems

521. Sonnet: How Do I? 6/18/2003
522. Sonnet: Oft In Sin 6/21/2003
523. Sonnet- Opposites 6/19/2003
524. Sonnet-Life 6/18/2003
525. Sonnet- The Bedeviled World 6/18/2003
526. Sonnet: The Young Widow 6/26/2003
527. Sonnet: God’s Infinite Love For Man 6/27/2003
528. Sonnet: Have A Child Soon 7/11/2003
529. Sonnet: My First Love 7/12/2003
530. Fear Not, You Beggar-Man 6/29/2003
531. Sonnet: Our Extra-Time Is To Atone 6/23/2003
532. Sonnet: Adults 7/9/2003
533. Sonnet: When Man Can’t Conquer The Earth 7/9/2003
534. Sonnet: Vices 6/24/2003
535. Sonnet: God’s Grief’s Greater? 7/13/2003
536. Sonnet: Man’s Mind Today 7/24/2003
537. Sonnet: In The Days ’fore Your Marriage 6/28/2003
538. Sonnet-Trivial Things Too Matter A Lot 6/20/2003
539. Sonnet: Dear Doctor Brother 6/25/2003
540. Sonnet- On Earth, Bad Men Seem To Fare Better 6/19/2003
541. Sonnet: ’tis Wiser To Get God’s Help 7/10/2003
542. Sonnet: Start Early For Soul-Care 6/19/2003
543. Sonnet: Lord, Take Me To Heaven 6/27/2003
544. Sonnet: Man, Be Thyself For Good 7/13/2003
545. Sonnet: The World Was Too Much For Me! 6/19/2003
546. Sonnet: Variety In Life 7/16/2003
547. Sonnet: Thanks Anyway 6/17/2003
548. Sonnet - Virtues Stay Forever 6/18/2003
549. Sonnet: And Yet, I Must Forgive 6/21/2003
550. Sonnet-Who Am I? 6/19/2003
551. Sonnet: Be Glad Always, Man! 2/29/2004
552. Sonnet: On Good Poetry 6/19/2003
553. Sonnet: The Habitual Sinner 6/21/2003
554. Sonnet- Give Me More Woes, Lord 6/19/2003
555. Sonnet-Truth Remains The Same 6/18/2003
556. Sonnet: Go By God’s Will 7/11/2003
557. Sonnet: Material Things Are Not Permanent 6/19/2003
558. Sonnet: The New President Of India 7/4/2003
559. Sonnet: The River 6/18/2003
560. Sonnet: God Be With Me 7/2/2003
Best Poem of Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

Sonnet: A Lost Friendship

You were my friend then: now almost stranger!
Our friendship appeared once very glorious;
What happened meantime, gives me great anger;
Our friendship no longer remains serious.

Fool you were, to be misled by others,
Who drove a giant wedge ’midst our friendship;
Cut off is our friendship, which me bothers;
A nadir has come in our relationship.

What years of intimacy have been lost?
You’ve been foolish, very much on your part;
Our friendship today is just but a ghost;
Won’t your eyes see the true love in my heart?

Dear friend however,...

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The Marvelous Picture

The window is quite old and rusted;
The wall has peeled off in some places;
Nevertheless, its photograph looks so lovely as
The lush green trees and water outside,
Seen through its pane,
Add beauty to the same.

All is verdure through the glass;
Yet all is natural, dressed in green;

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