P K Joy

Rookie - 0 Points (September 25,1940 / Mavelikara in Kerala State of India)

P K Joy Poems

1. In The Service Of The Destitute 1/5/2010
2. My Epitaph 1/5/2010
3. Discontent 1/5/2010
4. Thought On Father’s Day 1/5/2010
5. Digging For Wealth 1/5/2010
6. The Goal And The Route 1/5/2010
7. The Judge –versus – A Judge 1/5/2010
8. Offerings To God 1/5/2010
9. Even This For Your Sake 1/5/2010
10. The Impending War 1/5/2010
11. My Husband’s Last Letter 1/5/2010
12. Heaven Sans Your Nagging! 1/3/2010
13. My Last Reward 1/3/2010
14. Survival 1/3/2010
15. Beyond Many Bends 1/3/2010
16. The Final Goal 1/5/2010
17. Check If You Are Blind 1/5/2010
18. Even Beggars Have Feelings 1/5/2010
19. I Will Not Leave You Behind 1/5/2010
20. Two Hands Of A Man 1/5/2010
21. Ignore My Talks, I Do Love You 1/5/2010
22. My Concern For You Will Not End With My Death 1/5/2010
23. If You Reduce Me In Size 1/5/2010
24. Preparation To Return Home 1/5/2010
25. Lamentation Of The Prophet’s Wife 1/5/2010
26. The Incorrigibles 1/5/2010
27. Vainglories Of The Past 1/5/2010
28. Retaliation 1/5/2010
29. Gratitude 1/5/2010
30. Honour 1/5/2010
31. Terrorists, Beware! 1/5/2010
32. The Ideal Worship Place 1/5/2010
33. Workaholic 1/5/2010
34. Outburst Of Yearnings 1/5/2010
35. Migratory Birds 1/5/2010
36. My Claim To Honour! 1/5/2010
37. Pull Out My Tongue 1/6/2010
38. In My Days Of Despair 1/6/2010
39. Forced Smiles 1/6/2010
40. You Have Never Spared Me 1/6/2010

Comments about P K Joy

  • Bijay Kant Dubey (4/3/2018 3:08:00 PM)

    Who does not know P.K.Joy and his poetry? To read his verses is to forget the pains at least the moment one is enjoying. To go through is to be recreated and to be full of joy. Fun and humour is his special forte and he has a flair for them as for dabbling in hasya-vyangya. To read him is not to be taxed, but to be relaxed and recreated.

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  • Www. Poemhunter.com/m-d-dinesh-nair-2 (11/4/2012 8:58:00 AM)

    I came across the poems of Mr P.K Joy quite accidentally and was impressed with his precise pieces penned down from solid recollections and vast exposure to life. As one goes through his poems, one feels like learning lessons on various aspects that span from youth to old age, conceit to comfort and individual to society.
    Mr Joy is sure to stay here for long and I wish him all the best ahead in coming out with still finer pieces in due course of time.

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Best Poem of P K Joy

For The Common Good

My country,
My friends,
My fellow-men,
Let not any evil
Ever befall you.
If a human sacrifice can avert ills,
Sacrifice me for the good of all.
If one man’s death can save all the rest,
Here is my neck, take the sword and cut.

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My Last Reward

I’m writing this letter from my grave
On the day you put me to rest,
To thank you world for the reward you gave
For my sixty years’ work without rest.

A bath you gave, really quick and cold.
Wrapped the body in garments that are torn and old.
Whiffed a cheap perfume that has offset the body stench.
And bought for me a coffin that is short by almost an inch.

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