nithya raghavan

nithya raghavan Poems

1. The Racist 10/27/2008
2. When Sorrow Loses Life 11/7/2008
3. Reaching Out For My Passion 11/7/2008
4. The Thirst Of Revenge 11/14/2008
5. The Non-Conformist 11/21/2008
6. Ode To Winter 11/21/2008
7. There Will Be A Time 10/23/2008
8. Ode To Shadow 11/28/2008
9. To The Unseen Faces 11/28/2008
10. The Frozen River(With Ref.To The India-Pakistan Cold War) 12/19/2008
11. An Uncontrollable Act (The Voice Of A Terrorist) 12/21/2008
12. Please Don'T Let It Happen Again(Musical Tune Of A Commoner) 12/26/2008
13. Retrospect Of Innocence 1/21/2009
14. Oh Dreams! When Will You Come Back To Me? 1/29/2009
15. Thinking About You 2/2/2009
16. Small Wars 2/10/2009
17. Dreams On Fire 2/10/2009
18. The River Of Joy 3/1/2009
19. Vegetarianism 3/28/2009
20. Sweeping At Your Doorstep 4/12/2009
21. The Lost Passageways 4/20/2009
22. Into The Open Fields 5/11/2009
23. Morality And Corruption 6/14/2009
24. No Difference 6/26/2009
25. Looking Back 8/5/2009
26. Inside The Bus 8/10/2009
27. Allow The Sleep 9/11/2009
28. Into The Deep Blue 9/18/2009
29. We, Human Beings 9/24/2009
30. Cornering Me 10/4/2009
31. Great Thoughts 11/15/2009
32. What Am I? 12/8/2009
33. Taste Of Madras 1/20/2010
34. Touching God's Feet 1/20/2010
35. It Never Shows 3/2/2010
36. Speaking An Unknown Language 3/13/2010
37. Brown Skins 4/10/2010
38. Sights Of The City 4/18/2010
39. Close 5/3/2010
40. Leave It As It Is 5/30/2010

Comments about nithya raghavan

  • Sathya Balu (9/4/2009 12:55:00 PM)

    hi nithya
    wonderful poems...i read ur 'i dont care' more than 15 times...xcellent inspiring...similarly letter to father......i read most of ur poems still to complete....i believe u r a very strong person...

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  • Vasumathy Rangarajan (7/29/2009 10:33:00 AM)

    hey nithya your poems are super.......i like the letter to a father very much.ur poems are v strong...sensitive and also v e, motional...great work keep it up! ! ! ! !

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Best Poem of nithya raghavan

A Letter From A Daughter To Her Father

Dear father,
i was lifted in your presence, by your presence,
from the cradle which was my world,
that closed upon me with fancies,
full of toys, ducks, angels and swans,
As i grew up, i faced the broad daylight
full of rays of paths with,
independent, invisible doors that opened,
to new staircases leading to different
monuments, pastures, colours and wonders,
You, in your good intentions,
forced me into one door,
thinking that it would be best for me,
the best suit that would fit me snugly,
with absolutely no consent, no view,
which ...

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The Racist

Walking on the silent streets,
of a deserted town,
i feel the searing, hot,
iron rod, placed on,
my skin which is in the,
colour of a wet soil,
i feel my bruises,
reflecting the war at the purple sky,
as i wade my way,

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