Dr. Yogesh Sharma

Bronze Star - 2,559 Points (1-7-1959 / india)

Dr. Yogesh Sharma Poems

561. Childhood 5/1/2012
562. Woman 4/23/2009
563. Long Live Apartheid 5/11/2008
564. O Mohammad 4/30/2009
565. Hope 10/5/2008
566. Mother 1/27/2009

Comments about Dr. Yogesh Sharma

  • Marieta Maglas (10/24/2016 4:10:00 PM)

    Dr. Yogesh Sharma expresses his valuable ideas about God, humanity, and justice in a wonderful manner.

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  • Saiom Shriver (4/15/2014 1:02:00 PM)

    Your poem about Sathya Sai Baba is sublime. I rated it a 10... as the first to rate it...but only a 5 showed

  • Umesh Jha (5/8/2012 12:18:00 AM)

    After going through the poems of Dr. Yogesh Sharma, we find that he portrays his feelings in his poetry very lucidly and invariably succeeds in delineating the contemporary problems and imbroglio. His poem captioned Apartheid glorified is the best example of it.

  • Dr Sunil Mishra (3/13/2010 10:17:00 AM)

    Hi, I am shocked seeing no comments here. It seems to me either the readers are not able to feel the sensibility of the poet or not able to express themselves.

  • Dr Sunil Mishra (3/13/2010 10:17:00 AM)

    Hi, I am shocked seeing no comments here. It seems to me either the readers are not able to feel the sensibility of the poet or not able to express themselves.

Best Poem of Dr. Yogesh Sharma

Mother

I yearn to relish the sweet memories of your love.
The very aura, tingled and mingled me,
With an angelic bliss.
A sense of completeness cannot be explained
But can be cherished only.
Your lap is larger than this universe,
I pray to frolic in your lap always.
Your love is deeper than all the oceans,
I want to drown in those deeps.
I pray to dissolve my soul and self, in your love.
I dream to touch you and touched by you,
To sense you and sensed by you,
To comfort you and comforted by you,
And what not…..cannot say.
I wish to be with you always ...

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Akbar The Great

Don’t slaughter the innocent of Chittor,
Oh! Akbar the Great,
Of brutality and barbarism.
Ending the light of thirty thousand lives,

Deceitful Hindus, with divided nationality.
Makes thee a victor,
Thou thinkest by slaying the innocent,
To control the sky.

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