Koyamparambath Satchidanandan

(28 May 1946 - / Pulloot, Thrissur district, Kerala, India)

Koyamparambath Satchidanandan Poems

1. Cool, Hot 9/7/2012
2. Disquiet: Autobiography: Canto One 9/7/2012
3. Who Said 9/7/2012
4. Those Who Go 9/7/2012
5. The Mad 9/7/2012
6. Granny 9/7/2012
7. On Wet Grass 9/7/2012
8. CACTUS 2/22/2018
9. GANDHI AND POETRY 2/22/2018
11. SAKUNTALAM 2/22/2018
12. STAMMER 2/22/2018
13. THE MAD 2/22/2018
14. WHO SAID? 2/22/2018
15. SELF 2/22/2018
16. GRANNY 2/22/2018
17. A MAN WITH A DOOR 2/22/2018
18. MY BODY, A CITY 2/22/2018
19. IMPERFECT 2/22/2018
20. Poetry Will Come 5/28/2014
21. The Unwritten Poem 5/28/2014
22. Days Of The Week 5/28/2014
23. Invisible 5/28/2014
24. Old Women 5/28/2014
25. The Last Goal 9/7/2012
26. Misplaced Objects 5/28/2014
27. Daughter 9/7/2012
28. Cactus 9/7/2012
29. Gandhi And Poetry 9/7/2012
30. Stammer 9/7/2012
31. How To Go To The Tao Temple 9/7/2012

Comments about Koyamparambath Satchidanandan

  • Unnikrishnan E S (4/28/2018 11:55:00 AM)

    Satchidanandan Sir has been awarded Ezhuthachhan Puraskaram and E K Divakaran Po'tty Memorial Award for Translation very recently.

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Best Poem of Koyamparambath Satchidanandan

How To Go To The Tao Temple

Don't lock the door.
Go lightly like the leaf in the breeze
along the dawn's valley.
If you are too fair,
cover yourself with ash.
If too clever, go half-asleep.
That which is fast
will tire fast:
be slow, slow as stillness.

Be formless like water.
Lie low,don't even try to go up.
Don't go round the deity:
nothingness has no directions,
no front nor back.
Don't call it by name,
its name has no name.
No offerings: empty pots
are easier to carry than full ones.
No prayers too: desires
have no place here.

Speak silently, if speak...

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Who Said

Who said that waiting is
a railway station in North Malabar?
That a morning in uniform will
arrive there in a coffin?

Who said memory is
a fragrant window opening on
ripe corn fields? That
our bodies grow cold

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