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Rating: 5.0

heart awes by humanistic stream divine
as rocking across universe and evolution
man and matter resound in own volition eclectic
through ages and eons above as redounding

our quest and queries smack of innovations
on facets diverse of mankind descending
in its rungs of varied class consciousness
as riffling always as complex yet filtering

search seems befuddled and bewildered yet wild
state of apprehension racks up prevailing upon
voluptuous are our way of thinking hedonistic
at times bereft of rationale in niche of ruin

varying degrees of habitations do exist notwithstanding
may be crux of matter meant materials vituperating
with feelings of strata of skins endearing high
alas! survival is the fittest not by creed and color

are we not all same in ages and years before?
as same redness of blood and gene replication
in the order of descend /descent with modification –
where words of Darwin come coupling in between

do we assuage in rungs of color by distinction
in white, black or brown of varying phenotypes?
effect of super sensitivity never swoons humanity
genotypes by gene in helix twitters in homosapiens

natural selection peeks in periods of evolution
but by little changes retrogressive or progressive
lineage simulates to need of hours by mutation
utility of expansion of human lays back by eternity

civilization heaps up healing so and so forth
don’t we visualize whole gamut of development
heaving crest of socialization ever and years after?
there comes human feelings as crooning steep

eyes mist in askance of life and living entwined
as intonation of our words are streaming in verse......
don`t we meet same feelings as we lie in living?
being elsewhere on this earth deliberating values

earth converges upon to a simple global village
drawing nearer and nearer to neighboring close
we conquer time and distance by science and space
let the love and peace be sole motto our intention

Tamara - Hanaring 13 September 2009

a wonderful, powerful poem, i feel the sadness in it's background..this is a new account to let me be able to comment..wishing you are doing better dear friend

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Carl Harris 13 September 2009

As seems to be the habit with many Indian and other poets of Asia, this interesting poem is a long one, ten four line verses. It tends to ramble a bit, as all such long poems usually do, and in doing so, the impact of the words tend to be lost along the way. Were this poem expressed in five or six verses, I think it would have been more effective. Still, it was an interesting and scholarly read but one lacking in emotion, a crucial element of all poetry. It certainly was not a bad poem, but I couldn't help feeling that it seemed more like a scholarly dissertation on an obscure subject and not a plea to draw attention to your subject. That lack of emotion sapped the power of your words in this poem, Dr. Kar.

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Indira Babbellapati 14 September 2009

the last stanza reflects idealism of the poet...

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Catrina Heart 15 September 2009

You have brought me back in time and take me to ponder on about what we are now............Great written poem 10++++++++++++ Thanks!

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Saadat Tahir 15 September 2009

I largely agree with my friend Carl….. However I would like to point out a flaw in the clubbing of Asian poets… From India we also have our revered Dr Reshma Ramesh.. a master of short poetry…and we even have a gentleman who has invented ONEREYU… single word poems… we cud debate that separately. Look at vidi, mamta, indira There are top poets in asia who write very concise and crisp poetry… Coming to this poem…yes a bit drawn out (I too am a culprit there) yet nice read…and has a definite theme Keep it up dr cheers

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 04 March 2010

‘…voluptuous are our way of thinking hedonistic…’ In consumerist society it’s the magic mantra…and ads lure and conjure with out poring salivation of us…global village is clichéd...now can we think of global villa…? a grat leap forward But it mustn’t be lip-service-sermon…great thought 10++ Ms. Nivedita UK

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John Oconnell 24 February 2010

it was worth reading because of the last line.being a Christian 'let the love and peace be sole motto our intention' is my 'philosophy' too though we may beg to differ in other ways. john o'connell

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Luke Johnson 16 December 2009

Doctor, your work has an lineal connectedness to the great Allen Ginsberg, which in high regard is a mighty compliment.

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Dr.subhendu Kar 29 November 2009

From : Ema B (sydney Australia; Female; 13) To : Dr.subhendu Kar Date Time : 11/29/2009 3: 31: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject : Re: hello, Dear fellow poet your poems were wonderful you are very talented I enjoyed reading your other poems to. I look up to you. Thank you.

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 25 September 2009

earth converges upon to a simple global village drawing nearer and nearer to neighboring close we conquer time and distance by science and space let the love and peace be sole motto our intention...very honest desire and evrybody should strive hard to make it success... lovely imagination..i liked the idea....10 read mine message....welcome.... message

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Dr subhendu kar

Dr subhendu kar

Bhubaneswar, Odissa, India
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