Ramdas Bhandarkar

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A Scientist And A Poet! - Poem by Ramdas Bhandarkar

Strange are these men,
people can enjoy their work,
one can't compare these,
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Topic(s) of this poem: social

Poet's Notes about The Poem

published in NewYork Times, August 10,1930

JULY 14,1930

Near Potsdam is a small place called Caputh. There, upon a hill, stands a brown wooden house with a red tile roof. Round about, like sentinels, stand the slim trunks of pine trees. In the wooden villa dwells the mathematician, Albert Einstein. At about 4 o'clock one recent afternoon Rabindranath Tagore walked along the sandy path to the house. he wore a suit of soft, blue cloth; he leaned a bit forward as he walked and one hand was bent behind his back. Beside him stood sturdy, erect Einstein...

A scientist and poet met!

Comments about A Scientist And A Poet! by Ramdas Bhandarkar

  • Alice Perfect (4/20/2014 10:09:00 AM)

    Indeed. and he who blends both,
    is better than weed!
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  • (7/29/2012 10:15:00 PM)

    both can't escape from the truth. sometimes poets act in the name of imagination. I respect the poets who know to explain their work. (Report) Reply

  • Captain Cur (7/27/2012 6:22:00 AM)

    Great comparative poem of two seemingly distinct crafts,
    that you mix and experiment with admirably.
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