Kumar Vikram Poems
- The Ragpickers Blessed are those who can carry on ...
- King Of The Ephemera (Ode To M... On this perpetual stage ...
- An Icecube Moulded out of an element through a chilling ...
- Undesirable Hangover When you blow off a candle with your ...
- The Middle Path A cat jumped through the half-opened kitchen...
- The Futility Of Being A Spoils... Viewed from the ...
- A Life Beyond Art Images of joy sneak out rather ...
Kumar Vikram writes poems in English and Hindi. He was recently invited by Sahitya Akademi (the prestigious Indian National Academy of Letters) to read his poems at its headquarters in New Delhi. His poems are known for inverted statements, lateral thinking, continued questioning of his own self and the way the society impinges on it, dramatic situations and sympathy for the marginalised. He consciously tries to be post-colonial in spirit by transcending the post-colonial muse.
Brought up at Muzaffarpur, Bihar, where his father was professor in English at Langat Singh College from where Prof Sinha retired as its Principal, Kumar Vikram is presently working in the Editorial ... more »
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Comments about Kumar Vikram
Blessed are those
who can carry on eloquently
about how a dog crosses a street
and how the cutlery looks graciously
as it is placed on the table
or displayed in the showcase.
Certainly the privilege
of drawing little joys
and unlimited laughter
is denied to those
who can only talk about
some unique dilemna
of the goings on.
Pity on those
who are left
about people ...