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

2441. Discover 12/31/2013
2442. A New Year Is Born Again 1/1/2014
2443. What’s Success? 1/1/2014
2444. Growth Of Culture 1/1/2014
2445. Plight Of The Poor (Rictameter) 1/2/2014
2446. Hope Anew 1/2/2014
2447. A Hut Ablaze 1/4/2014
2448. Modern Audiences 1/4/2014
2449. Memories 1/4/2014
2450. Piety 12/29/2013
2451. New Year 2014 Message (In Brevity) 12/31/2013
2452. Promote Virtues 12/31/2013
2453. In The New Year... 12/31/2013
2454. The Hype Is Gone But Hope Remains In The New Year 1/6/2014
2455. On How My Muse Took Up Wings 1/7/2014
2456. The Rain Sudden! 1/8/2014
2457. Limerick: 0n New Year Resolutions 12/26/2013
2458. Man Blunders (Ethere) 1/8/2014
2459. The World Of Paradoxes 1/9/2014
2460. First Sign Of Floral Resurrection 1/10/2014
2461. Haiku Brevity: New Year Hype On Wane 1/10/2014
2462. On Elegance 1/11/2014
2463. Gift Of The Gab 1/11/2014
2464. Unparliamentarian Behavior(In Acrostic) 1/11/2014
2465. Sonnet: How Did I Get Here? 1/13/2014
2466. Smile Always 1/15/2014
2467. The Dream 1/16/2014
2468. Honesty Framed 1/16/2014
2469. An Alliterative Poem 1/17/2014
2470. Haiku: Ruthless Heart Of Man 1/17/2014
2471. Bio-Diversity: Challenges And Issues 1/17/2014
2472. Happy Birthday, Dear Daddy 1/19/2014
2473. Freedom Entails Responsibilities 1/20/2014
2474. Love And Man 1/20/2014
2475. Spring’s Loveliest Creature – The Butterfly 1/13/2014
2476. Haiku: A Test Of Faith 1/13/2014
2477. Wait Until Better Times 1/14/2014
2478. Brevity: Armageddon 1/14/2014
2479. Take Some Risks In Life 1/20/2014
2480. Sonnet: The World Needs Lasting Peace 1/20/2014

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

  • Poetry Hound (12/4/2004 9:40:00 AM)

    Why on earth would you want to be recognized for how many poems you write? Why not instead seek recognition from others regarding the quality of your output? But alas, you'll not get that from me.

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  • Rajaram Ramachandran Rajaram Ramachandran (4/13/2004 4:22:00 AM)

    Dr. A. Celestine Raj Manohar, M.D. is a prolific writer, particularly wonderful Sonnets. He is a Doctor by day and a Poet by night, which is a rare quality of a doctor in the present day world. He is a born poet and poetry is hidden in his blood. That is why he burns mid night oil to come out with his feelings on the website screen over variety of subjects. It is no wonder if his name comes up one day in the history of famous poets and as an excellent sonnet writer.

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (10/5/2003 2:29:00 PM)

    About the Poet
    Dr.A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., PEN-NAME: dr john celes was born on Valentine’s Day of 1957 at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, INDIA, the eighth child of a well-educated, Roman Catholic family. His father Shri A.T.Antoniswami M.A.L.T., was an excellent school-teacher and a man of great learning, disciplinarian, principles and fortitude. His mother Stella was fairly educated and was able to do both the house-hold chores as well as help the children in their studies.
    Dr john celes received the best English medium education at Carmel Garden Matriculation School, Coimbatore, where he was born and became a Doctor, finishing his M.B., B.S., at Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore in 1979 and a Physician by passing M.D.(General Medicine) in 1989 in the same college. His most cherished dream being a Medical Teacher, the poet joined PSGIMS&R, CBE where he worked for nearly seven years. Presently, he is a Professor of Medicine and Chief, Medical Unit II and Physician in IRT Perundurai Medical College and Research Center and Hospital, Perundurai, ERODE-638053, Tamil Nadu, INDIA.
    A versatile person interested in academic and many extra-curricular activities like music, games, elocution, essay-writing and short-story-writing etc, the Poet took to writing English Poetry serendipitously and suddenly since May eleventh,1998, exactly coinciding with the Pokhran II Blasts of India. He started off with his ‘Auto-biography’ in an epic form of heroic couplets first that ran into a few thousand lines(Incomplete) . He loved to write on any topic under the Sun and many genres.
    His maiden anthology of just seventeen good poems was released on Valentine’s Day,2-14-1999 in the Medical College where he worked while a second booklet was released again on 5-11-1999, the First Anniversary of India’s Pokhran II Blasts(India’s Resurgent Day) .Though poetry was only his avocation, he has been writing it rather rapidly and voluminously as he found all the essential factors for goading a Muse to enter a writing spree, continually operative in the place where he worked.
    He has been rendering his poems and even singing some of them to elite audience whenever he could. He wrote the Alma mater Song for the Medical College where he works. Not a function was held that never had the Poetry of dr john celes in it. He even instituted a small Rolling Trophy for English Poetry by Medical Students of the same college. He has participated in a number of Poetry competitions till date and went on-line to submit his many poems at the following websites: www.poemhunter.com; www.poettext.com ; www.ndtv.com poetry corner and also at www.poetry.com. He has published the world’s highest number of Sonnets on-line of the Shakespearean type and hopes to enter the Guinness Book of World Records soon and eventually receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. His Poetry could one day become a ‘Turning point in his career’!
    According to dr john celes: God inspires, The Poet perspires, And the poem transpires.
    The more a poet scribbles, the better the poems out come.
    Poets can make this world a little Heaven!
    Poetry is a gift from God, given to a chosen few souls on earth rarely!
    written by the poet himself as the world does not know him enough as yet but his poetry already has reached colossal and remarkable levels!

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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Sonnet: On Modern Wars

Oh, modern warfare is ruthlessly fought,
With men buried alive in trenches deep;
And blown to smithereens, in crossfire caught,
While kith and kin, wives, mothers, loved ones weep!

’Tis fight to death- bodies you can’t retrieve;
Or maimed so grotesquely, none can discern;
Some lost; some taken prisoners, morn and eve;
Blood-shed like river- yet not world’s concern.

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