Ketan Hukare

Rookie - 214 Points (24 September 1997 / Thane (W))

Ketan Hukare Poems

1. Totally Alone 9/9/2012
2. I Will Walk A Thousand Miles 9/9/2012
3. Insane But Glad 9/19/2012
4. The Haunted Old House 10/6/2012
5. Tree Of The Mountain (An Autobiography) 10/6/2012
6. The Quite Night 10/6/2012
7. The Little Birdie Learnt To Fly 10/7/2012
8. What I Teach My Heart 10/21/2012
9. Such A Lovely Place 10/23/2012
10. The Song Of The Baby 12/16/2012
11. Following Its Way 3/6/2013
12. Last Survivor 3/13/2013
13. It's My Life 4/9/2013
14. Indian Peasant 4/9/2013
15. It Was Earned 4/17/2013
16. King's Speech 5/3/2013
17. Hazy Days 6/13/2017
18. Some Things Can Never Be The Same 9/6/2017
19. The Secret 5/6/2013
20. Comming Together Again 12/16/2012
21. I Have A Dream Today 9/23/2012
22. When It Was Raining 9/19/2012
23. I Lay Under A Tree 10/4/2012
24. The Mistakes Done 10/5/2012
25. From Bad To Better 11/4/2012
26. He Knows 3/6/2013
27. Overcome 2/3/2013
28. Stupid Cloud 6/11/2017
29. Common Man 5/3/2013
30. That's What People Do 6/23/2017
31. Flattery 2/23/2013
32. Reborn 4/9/2013
33. I Am What I Am 10/5/2012
34. Happy Ending 10/7/2012
35. Something 9/23/2012
36. He Is Somewhere Near 9/23/2012
37. I Am Alive 9/9/2012
38. My Grandfather 9/19/2012
39. Ignorant Crowd 11/2/2012
40. Guardian Angel 5/11/2013
Best Poem of Ketan Hukare

From The Unknown Land

In the land unknown
There lived two ineffable lovers
Who daily met on a bridge
Built between banks of a river.

They were not too young
They were not that old
They just were teens......
Still teens to behold.

They thought about each-other
Every second of the long day
But when they would meet-
Not a word to say!

But even silence has a language
Understood well by those eyes
Which have affection and care
But no place for lies.

Alas! Considering the future
They decided to part
Yet they were connected somehow
What a play of ...

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Insane But Glad

Yesterday I went to the mountains
And yelled up high with all my migth
Came down trolling and falling
And saw a man with a co at his right
My face grew bright
I yelled up again with all my might
In his ears! Did he hear?
Man, he got mad
Like me, happy and sad

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