Biography of ragesh damodaran
Living in the current age I have seen this world change around me from the slow and sultry to the fast and obscene, my poems reflect this change.If you find my poems interesting please comment on them.
ragesh damodaran Poems
In times of joy, I laugh aloud, and play the merry fool, for life is a jolly journey, which I enjoy with glee.
Shadows cast on paths all worn, these paths that once lead to my home, now these paths are all worn, and through these paths I walked alone.
A Poetry Of Love
I wish I could …. Just sit, With you by my side, And watch the evening tide.
Far From The Madding Crowd
The taxi screams at the bus, As they compete in the rush, From far and wide people converge, Adding to this human surge,
Dashes of yellow make me up, And with it shades of dark, Again I am the same but, After a punctuation mark,
It Had My Name
I trudge home slowly from work, Wearing a vacant and lonely gaze, Another uneventful day comes to an end, In a line of similar days.
The recluse ----- My days are spent in solitude, And nights in restlessness,
A Man Fell On The Track
I am waiting at the station, Amongst a line of faces, It’s a sweaty afternoon, And my train as usual late.
I was born into the fields, And grew along the stream, I lived alone in darkness, And sang the tale of light.
I feel today a divine bliss, I don't know what to make of this, I feel as light as birds feather, And calm as seas in fair weather,
I was born into the fields,
And grew along the stream,
I lived alone in darkness,
And sang the tale of light.
Days at end the birds and bees,
They floated in my air,
But I could only see them there,
Where none could ever be.