Kesav Venkat Easwaran
Kerala- India
Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Satan Was Waiting... Comments

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Satan was waiting
Gleefully on the rails
At the end of the tunnel face
Unaware the driver stopped the train

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Kesav Venkat Easwaran
COMMENTS
Rajaram Ramachandran 31 October 2009
Fortunately, there was no accident, I suppose at the end of the tunnel.
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Alf Hutchison 29 October 2009
I enjoy thought prevocing poems... good write Kesav Regards Alf
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Ency Bearis 28 October 2009
beware - beware - beware - that's what this verses means.....10
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Sadiqullah Khan 21 October 2009
Great accident averted. Refined expression.10
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Prince Obed de la Cruz 20 October 2009
excellent! or SOBRESALIENTE!
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Catrina Heart 18 October 2009
a clever symbolic poem shared...well conceived thoughts...........10+++++
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Sathyanarayana M V S 17 October 2009
Lucky passengers! Are they? Can the Driver find out Satan's wait before the Green light burns? So many questions arise..........Truly a great poem; a poem that makes the readers think and gives rise to so many questions and end-options....This is what Ershad Muzamdar calls as a great poem.....
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wonder why death has to be so dramatic sometimes...accidents and natural calamities make us question god...in this case after deputing satan god seems to have changed his mind...a story well told in just a few lines...great craft sir..10
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Vidi Writes 17 October 2009
Inadvertently, a devastation by devil avoided Haven’t we come across many such occasions? ? Your presentation of such a graceful incident Took my heart away to a land of intrepid, by fate. Let me by virtue of being a technocrat Mention a wit with which I compare SATAN – in computer terms… Security Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks Not a devil…but Driver like the one in your poem May fail his intensions…and Network will fail… for sure....; -))
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Luwi Habte 16 October 2009
Kesav, this is so simple but deep and vivid idea well done poet luwi
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meaningful poem to ponder upon................
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premji premji 15 October 2009
keshavji, at the end of every tunnel, there is light...... the green light of nature... let her win... you do that through this poem...............
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Sarvesh Kulkarni 15 October 2009
yes..... but sometimes decisions are to be made by ourselves.... deep poem. loved it. thank you.
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Sonya Florentino 14 October 2009
a good driver is one who follows his good instincts.....
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Mamta Agarwal 14 October 2009
nirdai lakh chahe to kya hota hai, hota wohi hai jo manjure khuda hota hai. now Kesav, i dont know whether i quote correctly, but that's what i infer from your poem- metaphorical, wonderful vivid imagery to drive your point home. 10 Mamta
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Kesav Easwaran 14 October 2009
that's a good inference Raj...wise...and to the point...thanks
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Raj Nandy 14 October 2009
AS THE OLD SAYING GOES, THE HAND THAT SAVES IS GREATER THAN THE HAND THAT KILLS, WE KNOW! A MESSAGE FOR SATAN & THOSE FANATICS - HIS FOLLOWERS! 10 + -RAJ
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Kesav Easwaran 13 October 2009
Mark, you guessed it right...the train didn't move a bit for there was no Green Signal...thanks
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Mark Nwagwu 13 October 2009
I guess satan did not win. I believe, though Master's green did not appear, still the emergecy brakes stopped the train with no harm done. mark
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Rakesh Bedi 13 October 2009
yeah, very true, not even a leaf moves without His wish.........regards, sir jii.....
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