Indira Renganathan


Indira Renganathan Poems

1. To The Lord 4/19/2008
2. Guru Dhyanam-1 4/20/2008
3. The Untouchable 4/20/2008
4. Street Decor 4/20/2008
5. To The Babe Of This Century 4/20/2008
6. Salutations Salutations Salutations 4/20/2008
7. The Doubt 4/20/2008
8. Papa Is Transcendent 4/20/2008
9. Tribute To Sudhachandran 4/21/2008
10. To Uncle Eighty 4/21/2008
11. Holy Jaunt 4/23/2008
12. Vaijayanti 4/23/2008
13. Alankar(Decor) -88 4/23/2008
14. Love 4/23/2008
15. Wishing The New Year 4/23/2008
16. To The Ocean 4/29/2008
17. Insectarium Virtual 4/29/2008
18. December Moon 4/29/2008
19. Festival Navarathri 4/29/2008
20. Scrutiny Of A Psyche 5/1/2008
21. Domestic Shades 4 5/1/2008
22. Domestic Shades 5 5/1/2008
23. Domestic Shades 6 5/1/2008
24. Alankar(Decor) -89 5/1/2008
25. School Memories 5/1/2008
26. Wisdom Parrot 5/1/2008
27. Dreaming 5/1/2008
28. Thoughts 5/1/2008
29. Posters 5/2/2008
30. To Thy Excellency Bharathi 5/2/2008
31. Peace 5/2/2008
32. Kanyakumari 5/2/2008
33. Learning 5/2/2008
34. Satiety 5/2/2008
35. Chennai To Nellai By Car 5/2/2008
36. Paarvathi 5/2/2008
37. Trepidation 5/2/2008
38. Sky 5/2/2008
39. Friendship 5/2/2008
40. Meeting The Society 5/2/2008
Best Poem of Indira Renganathan

Alankar(Decor) -87

A Recipe(Uneven Couplet) -
The uneven couplet is paired lines of different length
rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered.


A Recipe

That you would relish I'm sure
This recipe try it with pleasure

Clean the insight in time sufficient
Wash off anger, enmity and hate

Put the mind on the burning heart
Put in the thoughts all to melt

Ladle in between a large of intellect
Stir in hope a heapful amount

Let all blend with a bliss intent
Until valour and courage result

Throw meantime in the flaming heart
Burnt to ashes filth...

Read the full of Alankar(Decor) -87

Agraharam I Lived In

Sun broke the night five decades ago
Sanctified the cow dung soil to glow
An Agraharam woke up
Fabulous brahminical kolams rounded up

Prototypic in two rows adjoined
Houses erected, front and rear entered, exited
Uniform with a semi open porch
Unique style spoken on a stone bench

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