Madam Anonymous

Madam Anonymous Poems

When in midnight of life
What will you see?
Did you use your abilities
To be the person you wanted to be?


Ceaseless tenderness, beauty and grace
Is your name
The chaotic world is held firm and steady

Curls of golden hair streaming down oval face
Venus daintily ascended the shining sea
On a delicate oyster shellacked with lace

Numero Un:

To have and to hold,
A Midas,

Sex is the source of life, pulsating with vigor
Sex is the culmination of life, sleeping in peace
Sex is the breath of life, the driving force
Sex is the desire of life, hunger ever increased

Perched atop the Universe’s cutting edge
Beckoning dizzying heights at tethering ledge
Nestled between vast ocean and rivers
A human eruption of energetic quiver

To generate and keep honest money
To smile everyday in life’s journey

To work hard to laugh and enjoy

Give me a mighty, world pivoting lever
Watch me do it with a possessed fever

Don’t shackle me with rules shallow

She lives
To pour herself, every last thought
To spend herself so
Because that is all she knows.

This poem captures a real life event from the 1997 movie ‘Paradise Road’. A group of English/Dutch women survived the atrocities in a Japanese camp in Sumatra, during World War II, by forming a vocal orchestra (not choir) . They presented over 30 classical compositions during 3 years of their captivity.

The purple haze settled over the mangroves,
The singing cricket came out in droves,

A trilogy
Of modern US of A

You may have all three

Must be difficult, to break all ties
To separate the truth from the lies
Of your comforting cradle of birth
Toward a far land, set forth.

Bombay, of Hindus, Muslims, Christians
Cosmopolitan capitalist machinery,
Ornament of The Queen’s necklace
Sometimes, my heart cries for thee.

Let me tell you a story,
A story of 28 great lives,
Of hope, of enterprise,
An inspiring story,


I confess
I am an incurable lover of men

Their physique of linear muscularity

Lying content
In a state of bliss
Silent as a tomb
After the body's kiss!

The night under the heavenly moon
We walked hand in hand
The night we shared raging passion
And believed it would never end,

Over the clouds sailing along the mountain top
Far from the world, in an austere abode aloft
Lived the hermit


As the evening dawns, I can’t wait to go home
To my own little square of earth, under my own sacred dome

I am eager for the day’s care to be erased

It wakes me with lilting opera melodies
Without a luxury to snooze
Blatantly flashes across the screen
Day’s corporate appointments to schmooze

Madam Anonymous Biography

An Architect of the soul, a lover of life, a creator, an atheist and a woman.)

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X End Of Life

When in midnight of life
What will you see?
Did you use your abilities
To be the person you wanted to be?
Did you use your mind
To better yourself from your lot at birth?
Or did you let the burden of circumstances
Rob you of life’s mirth?
Did you look around you
And want to make a difference?
Or did you let the winds of trouble blow you
And give up things you held in reverence?
Did you let the beauty of life
Touch you deep inside?
Did you inspite of many failures
Resolve to have love at your side?
Did you with simple minded ease
Let yourself feel everyday joy?
Or were totally overwhelmed by life
And let all happenings annoy?
Did you commit yourself
To live with ultimate passion?
Or let your precious life be snuffed out
Without any satisfaction?

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