Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi
Biography of Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi
RHYMES WITHOUT A REASON
I think treating/healing people is my calling.A Homeopathic Physician and a Nutritionist by profession.
A spontaneous untrained dancer.Performed internationally Rajasthani folk dance and won many accolades.
Poems never came to me until I turned 40.
I was nudged into it by my very dear friend an Iranian poet herself Ms Maya Marayam Aghamiri.But many other friends have been encouraging me, Mrs Neethu John is one of my most ardent admirer and supporter.
I always call my poems as a collection of
'Rhymes Without A Reason'.
Life has been hard and times have been tough and I guess that is what led to my transformation into someone who enjoys penning down verses...or else I am just another ordinary soul.
Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi's Works:
Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi Poems
My Wondrous Dream
Surrounded by mountains Clouds hiding their peaks I feel so much at home ThIs floral valley, heart. seeks
Winter mornings Misty dawns Shivering sunshine Dew drops on lawns
I Love My India
And the neighbours just stood by Watching me being dragged as I cried Now not a single spineless soul Comes forward to say
My Dance Of Seven Veils
Today I dance The dance of seven veils One over other In layers they are draped
I Am Just A Sound Wave
I felt it today The detachment from attachment The connection
Ramblings Of Devils Workshop
Space travellers All night revellers CEOs to Nobel prize winners
Your imprints On my body On my soul Will remain
A Doctor's Dillema
A sick society gives rise to sick people or vice versa, I still wonder One woman is a home maker While other is a home breaker
What Ails Human Race
These tangled yarns Of human relations A neat ball of wool Changes into fuzzy creation
Short Term Relationship
No strings attached For love is just a trap No commitments To keep
India Vs Pakistan
let us go ahead and compete for the mood is so upbeat
A Chaste Woman's Death
And she died A. Chaste woman In her character And her deeds
This year that I turned forty 3 I think I feel now much more free The threshold of forty was just so great enriching my life, to so much
At this stage my chronological age is not a road block. But just a pebble
Too many muted cries
shut out behind
those thick doors.
Too many spirits broken
by ruthless raging rogues.
Marriage is a mirage
to entice innocent girls,
where bounties, gifts and love
get spirited, once you enter this world.