Bijay Kant Dubey

Kulwant Singh Gill As A Poet - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Kulwant Singh Gill as a poet writing in English
But one of symbolical depth and narrative skill,
Free-floating ideas and images,
The stanzas running smoothly,
A poet from the Punjab, Ludhiana.

Scattered Beads,1989, Beyond the Spectrum,1990,
Passionate Pilgrim,1994,
Thus Spake Punjab,1999,
Saint Soldier Supreme: Guru Gobind Singh,1999,
The collections of poems.

A Ph.D. on Aldous Huxley from the Punjab Univ., Chandigarh
In 1976,
A retired professor from
The Deptt. of Journalism, Languages and Culture
Of Punjab Agriculture Unv., Ludhiana,
This is what his bio-profile speaks of.

Apart from his appearance in the Tribune,
He has been writing for quite a long time,
A poet so good at craftsmanship and handling,
Writing longer stanzas of verse,
Laden with thought and meaning.

As a poet narrative and descriptive,
His poems are readings in thought and ideas
Combined with the images
Of pulsating and the world vibrant with,
Really, a fruitful reading
Enriching with experience and feeling.

Gill is a poet of the Punjab,
Of the murmuring Jhelum river and the Dal Lake,
The farmland and the country homes,
The scent of the soil,
Telling about the passionate poet pilgrim’s journeys into
Into the lands visited and lived.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 13, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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