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

Gold Star - 16,688 Points [Dr John Celes] (14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

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

41. Sonnet: On Indian Cricket 6/25/2003
42. Sonnet: All Men Are Sinners 6/25/2003
43. Sonnet- On Insurance 6/25/2003
44. Mixed Feelings 6/17/2003
45. Sonnet- Genes Matter But… 6/19/2003
46. Sonnet: The World Is Too Much For Us 7/2/2003
47. Sonnet- There Ain'T Much Time 6/18/2003
48. Sonnet: The Best Takes Time 6/19/2003
49. Sonnet- No Man Is Perfect 6/20/2003
50. Sonnet: On Medical Practice 7/1/2003
51. Our Farewell Song To P.M.C. 6/16/2003
52. Near Non-Sense Poem 3/11/2005
53. Sonnet: The World Forgets The Truly Great 7/4/2003
54. Sonnet: Mixed Feelings 6/18/2003
55. Sonnet: God May Not Wait Too Long 6/20/2003
56. What Death Is Great? 6/17/2003
57. Sonnet: Lucky, Am I To Be A Human- Being Born! 6/19/2003
58. Sonnet: When I’as Just Born 6/19/2003
59. Sonnet: Take Things As God’s Will 7/12/2003
60. Sonnet- 'Tis A Lull For Now 6/20/2003
61. Sonnet-This World Is One 6/25/2003
62. Sonnet: I’m A Bard-Giant 6/18/2003
63. Sonnet: The World Today 6/17/2003
64. Sonnet: God, How Can I Be Inert? 6/30/2003
65. Sonnet-Should I Shed My Inhibitions? 6/19/2003
66. Sin Separates Me From God 6/17/2003
67. Sonnet- Ignore 6/17/2003
68. Sonnet: Scattered Are The War-Clouds 6/29/2003
69. Sonnet - Risks 6/26/2003
70. Sonnet: Knowledge 6/24/2003
71. Sonnet-God Does The Best Way 6/25/2003
72. Sonnet: The Soul Gets Impure Thus 6/20/2003
73. Sonnet: Roots Matter 6/25/2003
74. Sonnet: Master-Servant Relationship 6/30/2003
75. Sonnet: Our Gratefulness To God 6/28/2003
76. Sonnet: On God 6/25/2003
77. Sonnet-Life's Missing Link? 6/25/2003
78. Sonnet: Use God's Road For You 6/20/2003
79. Help Take Christ To Every Soul 9/24/2005
80. Sonnet: Surrender All To God 9/28/2005

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

  • Raul Castelan (6/23/2007 9:50:00 PM)

    From what I've read so far, I think this poet deserves so much from us. I think that he shall be read in the centuries to come. I so much see a world where his poetry will be talked about in the classrooms. I see that he holds diction, rhyme, elegance, and wisdom in his poetry. Let me not forget detail too. He is a true lover of God that makes me wonder how the Lord shall receive him when he leaves us from this world. I only am sad that I hadn't heard of his poetry earlier than I should have. Anyway, I see brilliance also in his poetry. He holds no objections to any subjects that comes his way. I admire a poet that does that. I am a lover of poetry that has read so many poems. I have found another CREATIVE POET to talk about to my friends. I am fond of writers that are diverse, and I see that in this poet. His attitude towards every living thing is what really entices me to read some more of his poetry. He has a way with his pen, and he has a way with his thoughts. Delightful, are the words he uses in his poems. I am glad to have come across his poetry because I have been touched by it. Well, I've said so much about this PROFOUND POET that I don't think I've left anything out.

    GOD BE WITH HIM AND HIS FAMILY TOO! ! !

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  • Mo. (6/12/2007 8:07:00 AM)

    A Doctor and a Poet.
    Great Job! !

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (3/16/2006 1:16:00 PM)

    Why blame the poor birds, Tomas?
    They get afflicted by diseases in innocent ways UNLIKE human beings who get HIV/AIDS!

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (8/26/2005 8:30:00 AM)

    Dear 'Uncle' poet R.R.,
    I've created the free e-book as per your request.
    With regards,
    Dr John Celes

  • Rajaram Ramachandran Rajaram Ramachandran (8/25/2005 10:52:00 PM)

    Dr. John Celes,
    My dear friend, why can't you create a poetry e-book of yours, so that we can keep the treasure of your contribution to the poetry world in our computer and read it slowly, as it is time consuming. To read more than 1500 poems is not that much easy in a short time. Please create on e-book for my sake.
    Rajaram Ramachandran.

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (5/6/2005 7:00:00 PM)

    Dear Pablo,
    Anyone is free to set or break any poetry record here! However, I do not think anyone can post more than a thousand Sonnets like I've done.That's my record.In case someone can go past it, I can always submit some more.May be, you had not read my biography leisurely!
    As a poet, one must neither feel jealous of others nor ridicule another fellow-poet! That's my principle.
    thank you for the info.
    Dr John Celes

  • Pablo . (4/4/2005 11:55:00 PM)

    Dear Dr. John Celes

    About the topic of holding a record, in the number of submitted poems, as mentioned in your Biography section of this web site.

    Currently, Robert Rorabeck, pen name R.C. Abbekka
    is determined to break your record, in fact he already has.

    Though i can vouch personally,
    that it’s just a desperate attempt
    to etch his name in the Halls of Fame and recognition

    (though he really doesn’t care about anyone, except himself,
    and nosedives into profanities, just to fill the page, and his ego)

  • Pradeep Dhavakumar (2/1/2005 3:16:00 AM)

    Its no easy tast writing so many poems.I read some and they are simple and sweet.Congratulations and all the best for your records.

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (12/12/2004 1:46:00 PM)

    Thanks Janet.
    I took the pen-name 'Dr John Celes' because i'm a physician/my christian Confirmation name is JOHN/people call me endearingly as 'Celes' for short/there is another person well-known called john celes already in history/John is the famous name of many good poets in english.However, I'm very proud of my original name as well which is rather long and i do write equally and post in my original name.but can anyone prevent the'gush that flows in your life of poetry from time to time'? It is not always that you find gems among your treasures! Thanks for your prayers.God knows how to award and reward his righteous souls.

  • Janet Mary Zylstra (12/10/2004 3:11:00 PM)

    As a Christian writer myself, I stand by Dr Celes' choice to expose himself and his faith in beautiful poetry to a world which today, as much as in Jesus' time, despises anything good, clean and pure. If you don't use your 'natural' name, it's
    probably because he has a certain consideration for the majority of us Westerners
    who cannot pronounce lengthy words in other languages. I too am a polyglot, but
    Indian languages did not make up part of my education. There is so much smut
    around that I do not believe anybody can write too many Christian, God praising
    poems. Keep up the good work. I'm praying for you.

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,...

Read the full of Sonnet: A Lost Friendship

United Nations Day,2017

The only planet where man lives - the Earth
Is turning hostile, day by day for all;
Unsafe and insecure for every birth,
'Tis time all nations joined to stop this fall.

The UN born in nineteen forty-five
Has kept the peace across the globe somehow;
'Tis strange how flora, fauna keep alive
Despite some wars and hatred, lack of love.

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