Prabhakar Subramaniam


Prabhakar Subramaniam Poems

81. Worship 12/8/2012
82. Seasons 12/10/2012
83. Failure 12/18/2012
84. Fire 12/19/2012
85. Hands 12/20/2012
86. A Tall Order 12/23/2012
87. The Sky 12/23/2012
88. Retreat 12/27/2012
89. Mowni 12/28/2012
90. Remembrance 12/28/2012
91. Heaven 1/1/2013
92. A Dream House 1/2/2013
93. Gadfly 1/3/2013
94. Reality 1/3/2013
95. Ping Pong 1/5/2013
96. Light Years 1/6/2013
97. Wish Fulfilment 1/6/2013
98. Coffee 1/7/2013
99. Beasts 1/11/2013
100. Standing In The Rain 1/12/2013
101. Rain Kills In City 1/12/2013
102. Nothing 1/15/2013
103. Resurrection 1/18/2013
104. Water Bearer 1/21/2013
105. Liberation 1/25/2013
106. Shop Talk 1/26/2013
107. Nameless 1/26/2013
108. Travelling Light 2/17/2013
109. Father 2/17/2013
110. New Arrival 2/17/2013
111. Sun 2/17/2013
112. Endless 2/17/2013
113. Walking With The Past 2/17/2013
114. Communion 2/17/2013
115. Mother To A Son 2/19/2013
116. Spin Doctor 2/19/2013
117. A Hell Of Your Own 2/20/2013
118. Ghosts 2/22/2013
119. Darshan 2/28/2013
120. Sleepless 3/1/2013

Comments about Prabhakar Subramaniam

  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (7/24/2015 9:53:00 AM)

    About your poem ''DALMATIAN'': [..] taking one single moment of a personal experience, [..] IT speaks about a universal reality..
    A VERY GOOD POEM. Thanks for sharing, Prabhakar
    Greetings from Italy

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Best Poem of Prabhakar Subramaniam

Dalmatian

As night connects
The dots of shadows
The Dalmatian
On the neigbour's terrace
Tires of the bucket
That still keeps rolling around
From his assault,
Grabs the dead frond
In his jaws
Like he would game
And circles around the roof
Triumphantly as if from a hunt
Tires of it too
Starts chasing his tail
Keeps at it for a while
Before pausing near my wall,
Tail wagging, to watch me walk
Up and down, up and down
Wall to wall
Hoping to outwalk
Someone dogging my steps

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Life After Death

Strange things happened
When the departed
Left for the final stop
The wall clock
In the hall stopped
The other one inside
Started ticking
It can't be a coincidence
Someone said

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