Sunil Rajagopal

Silver Star - 3,510 Points (30.03.1984 / Kochi, Kerala)

More Than You Know - Poem by Sunil Rajagopal

Do you know me, sir?
I speak not of the colour
of my face and hair.

Do you know me, sir?
No, not by the tongue I speak
Or where I am from.

Do you know me, sir?
I meant not the name of my
God or what I eat.

Do you know me, sir?
Not by where I live and work,
Or my golden hoard.

Do you know me, sir?
I ask not how loud I talk,
Or my love of stage.

Do you know me, sir?
Not by how much I know and,
how fast I can run.

Do you know me, sir?
Never by what you think of
my man-woman-hood.

If you think you know -
This is but a bit, I am
more than all of these.

Know me when my heart
is in what I say and do;
By the paths I take.

I am how I treat
the old and poor, weak and meek,
And other men's gods.

Know by how I let
my friends and better half fly;
By my dear folk's pride.

Read me from thoughts in
my head, the flowers I smell;
By how I know you.

If you still must know,
We are all rivers that must
once end in the sea.

Topic(s) of this poem: knowledge, rivers, sea

Comments about More Than You Know by Sunil Rajagopal

  • (3/9/2016 1:21:00 AM)

    The ultimate bliss and the journey is through this human body and soul relation. (Report) Reply

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  • (12/10/2015 4:29:00 AM)

    i know less
    about you sir
    i only read
    what have you
    created for us
    to see, which is
    segment of you
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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (12/10/2015 4:28:00 AM)

    Flowers I smell and read from my thoughts. Very wonderful drafting shared in this context.10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2015

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